UNICEF HK [email protected] Exhibition – Special Gift Charity Sales & UNICEF Charity Run 2014

UNICEF HK [email protected] Exhibition – Special Gift Charity Sales & UNICEF Charity Run 2014 (Public Subscription Permit No. 2014/323/1) was held on 23, 29 and 30 November 2014 and the total amount of funds raised is HK$11,213. All the donations will support Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF’s HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment works in over 150 […]

In loving memory of Davie Auyeung Tsan Pong

HONG KONG, 25 March 2014—It is with deep sadness that we report the passing of our Honorary Council Member, Davie Auyeung Tsan Pong, on 16th March 2014. Davie joined the Council of the Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF in February 1989 and served on our Council until 2012 when he became an Honorary Council Member. […]

Super Cyclone Pam: Water relief for days-old Jeremiah

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Port Vila, VANUATU/ HONG KONG, 21 March 2015 – Cyclone Pam was a terrifying ordeal for thousands of people and no more so than for new mother Liza. She was sheltering from Cyclone Pam last Friday night when her contractions suddenly began one month early. “When the flood came inside the house, we all squeezed […]

UNICEF ships emergency supplies to affected areas and starts measles vaccination 60,000 children in Vanuatu are affected by Cyclone Pam

HONG KONG, 17 March 2015 – A state of emergency has been declared in Vanuatu and Tuvalu after category 5 Tropical Cyclone Pam smashed into South Pacific last week, where half of the population are likely affected, there are up to 60,000 cyclone-affected children in Vanuatu alone. UNICEF needs HK$23.4 million (US $3 million) to […]

UNICEF ships emergency supplies to affected areas and starts measles vaccination 60,000 children in Vanuatu are affected by Cyclone Pam

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HONG KONG, 17 March 2015 – A state of emergency has been declared in Vanuatu and Tuvalu after category 5 Tropical Cyclone Pam smashed into South Pacific last week, where half of the population are likely affected, there are up to 60,000 cyclone-affected children in Vanuatu alone. UNICEF needs HK$23.4 million (US $3 million) to […]