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Emergency Relief: Help Protect Children From Harm

Hurricane Florence has made landfall on the Southeast United States, putting children at risk. UNICEF USA is closely monitoring the situation and stands by prepared to support the needs of affected children through local partners.

Last year, UNICEF responded to 337 humanitarian emergencies in 102 countries.

We are committed to helping affected children and families survive and stay safe and healthy.

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In unlikely event that donations for Florence exceed the need, the funds will be routed to help children in other urgent crises.

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