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UN calls on airlines to help fly food to Africa's Horn
AFP, 2 Aug 2011

Kraft Foods, U.N. World Food Programme and KaBOOM! Join Forces to Celebrate Play and Fight World Hunger
KaBoom!, 13 Sep 2010

The UPS Foundation Awards UNICEF $2 Million In Financial Support and In-Kind Services through 2011
UPS, 31 Aug 2010

P&G and World Vision Respond to Pakistan Flood - Over 50 Million Liters of Clean Water Provided for Flood Victims
Procter & Gamble, 17 Aug 2010
P&G Children's Safe Drinking Water (CSDW) Program is partnering with World Vision, Save the Children, Read Foundation, HOPE and others to provide technology to purify contaminated water.

UNICEF and Nokia partner to rebuild eight schools in Iraq
UNICEF, 20 Oct 2008

PricewaterhouseCoopers donates $4 million to educate Darfur's refugees
UNHCR, 12 Aug 2008
Funds to be used to build and operate schools for refugee children who have fled the conflict in Darfur.

Worldwide Pharmaceutical Industry, Aid Organizations Warn of Second Disaster in Myanmar
Global Health Progress, 12 Jun 2008
Children are in particular jeopardy if diseases result from standing water, destroyed sanitation infrastructure and lack of comprehensive medical systems.

Overseas Telecom Operators Donate To China's Earthquake Relief
ChinaTechNews.com, 20 May 2008
Telefonica announces donation targeted at children in the disaster area.

The UPS Foundation Partners with Africare in Chad - $100,000 Grant to Support Darfur Refugees
UPS Foundation & AfriCare, 31 Jan 2008
UPS Foundation provides resources to ensure good nutrition for families in Gaga Refugee Camp.

Fund to help survivors of the Sumatra earthquake and the South Asian tsunami
Daiwa Securities, 16 Mar 2007
Projects are carried out in three areas: psychological well-being of children, education for children and microfinance.

Nokia launches initiatives to help Tsunami victims
ZDNet (India), 3 Jan 2007
Following the Asian Tsunami, Nokia has announced several projects to help young people in India, Sri Lanka and Indonesia with training and new skills.

UNHCR’s ninemillion.org campaign will help refugee children learn and play
UNHCR, 21 Jun 2006
UNHCR and corporate partners Earth Water International, Manpower, Merck, Microsoft, Nike, Procter & Gamble campaign to help refugee and displaced children.

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2 August 2011

UN calls on airlines to help fly food to Africa's Horn

Author: AFP

The United Nations appealed Tuesday to the air transport industry to help fly food in urgently to the Horn of Africa, where millions of people are starving due to a severe drought. "We're making an appeal to the air transport industry for free and...

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13 September 2010

Kraft Foods, U.N. World Food Programme and KaBOOM! Join Forces to Celebrate Play and Fight World Hunger

Author: KaBoom!

[T]he company is encouraging consumers to upload photos of people at play. And for each photo provided, Kraft Foods will donate five meals (up to 500,000) to the United Nations World Food Programme's Fill the Cup campaign, which aims to feed more than...

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31 August 2010

The UPS Foundation Awards UNICEF $2 Million In Financial Support and In-Kind Services through 2011

"There's no better way to utilize UPS's logistics leadership and expertise than to aid children during disasters," said Dan Brutto, president of UPS International and a Board member of U.S. Fund for UNICEF. "Our presence in 215 countries and...

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20 October 2008

UNICEF and Nokia partner to rebuild eight schools in Iraq

Author: UNICEF

The Nokia mobile communications company and UNICEF have launched a unique public-private partnership for children in Iraq to rebuild eight primary schools affected by conflict, displacement and poverty. The $1 million initiative is operating in two...

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11 August 2008

PricewaterhouseCoopers donates $4 million to educate Darfur's refugees

Author: UNHCR

PricewaterhouseCoopers has donated US$4 million towards the education of refugee children in eastern Chad's camps, in the single largest corporate donation ever received by the UN refugee agency…The funds will be used to build and operate schools for...

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12 June 2008

Worldwide Pharmaceutical Industry, Aid Organizations Warn of Second Disaster in Myanmar

Author: Global Health Progress

In the wake of Cyclone Nargis, Myanmar is facing a second crisis from the threat of diseases resulting from standing water, destroyed sanitation infrastructure and the lack of comprehensive medical systems. Thousands of children and those who where...

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20 May 2008

Overseas Telecom Operators Donate To China's Earthquake Relief

Author: ChinaTechNews.com

Following the earthquake in Sichuan, a number of foreign telecom operators have lent a hand for China's disaster relief by either donating money or offering other services. Telefonica, the second largest telecom operator in Europe...has announced...

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30 January 2008

The UPS Foundation Partners with Africare in Chad - $100,000 Grant to Support Darfur Refugees

Author: UPS Foundation & AfriCare

The UPS Foundation today announced a $100,000 grant to Africare to fund improvements at Gaga Camp. "The UPS Foundation has given more than a grant," noted Africare President Julius E. Coles. "It has provided resources to ensure that the mothers,...

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16 March 2007

Fund to help survivors of the Sumatra earthquake and the South Asian tsunami [scroll down]

Author: Daiwa Securities

The Daiwa Securities Group Tsunami Reconstruction Fund was established to assist survivors of the major earthquake and resulting tsunami that struck Indonesia and other countries along the Indian Ocean on December 26, 2004. The fund will provide long...

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3 January 2007

Nokia launches initiatives to help Tsunami victims

Author: ZDNet [India]

Two years on from the Asian Tsunami that devastated many communities, Nokia has announced the launch of several new projects to help young people in India, Sri Lanka and Indonesia with training and new skills. The initiative is designed to help young...

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