Diputación de Córdoba apoyando a los Flamencos Extranjeros

El Fondo de las Naciones Unidas para la infancia o UNICEF” es un programa de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas (ONU) con base en Nueva York y que provee ayuda humanitaria y de desarrollo a niños y madres en países en desarrollo. Es uno de los miembros y la comisión ejecutiva de la United Nations Development Group.

Originalmente fue creado en 1946 para ayudar a los niños de Europa después de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. En 1953, UNICEF se convierte en organismo permanente dentro del sistema de la ONU, encargado de ayudar a los niños y proteger sus derechos. Su nombre fue reducido al nombre actual, pero se mantuvo el acrónimo original.

Unicef trabaja en más de 190 países y territorios a través de diferentes programas y Comités Nacionales. La base sobre la que guía su trabajo es la Convención sobre los Derechos del Niño y su labor está centrada en cinco esferas prioritarias de trabajo: supervivencia y desarrollo infantil, educación e igualdad de género, la infancia y el VIH/sida, protección infantil y promoción de políticas y alianzas.

A DURABLE COMMITMENT

The  Andalusian Agency for International Development Cooperation (AACID)  will allocate 800,000 euros to finance programs of protection and child education of UNICEF  in Mali.

The Vice-President of the Regional Government of Andalusia and head of the Local Government and Institutional Relations Department, Diego Valderas, and UNICEF President Andalucía,  Ricardo García, signed the cooperation agreement for 2013 at the end of December, under which UNICEF will receive 800,000 euros from  the AACID  to attend the children affected both by the conflict in Mali as the nutritional crisis inthe Sahel , in the regions of Gao, Mopti, Sikasso and Kayes.

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UNICEF President Andalucía, Ricardo García

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The agreement reached between the two agencies will allow UNICEF to protect and guarantee access to education for children affected by the armed conflict in Mali, providing safe spaces for protection and learning and improving child care and protection practices at the family level. Community level. A total of   17,000 children  and 4,000  adults will benefit from these actions.

For Valderas, this is “a bet adjusted by the budget cut,” but “courageous” and “important,” which also serves to continue the collaboration maintained by the Junta de Andalucía with UNICEF and other organisations which will allow to continue acting on the ground of the areas punished and that they need it more, since they are in very difficult conditions.

At the same event, AACID also entered into cooperation agreements with representatives of UNHCR And UNRWA . Following their signing, the Vice-President of the Board thanked the society for its efforts and support for solidarity actions such as these, despite the  “very difficult situations” experienced in Spain by the crisis.

The signing of this agreement is part of the Memorandum of Understanding signed by both institutions in 2009 , through which AACID annually renews its commitment to protect the rights of the most vulnerable children through support to cooperation programs Which UNICEF is developing. Since then, the Andalusian public entity has supported actions to ensure the survival and development of children in Senegal, Burkina Faso, Mali and Somalia.

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Para más información, sigue aquí:

https://www.unicef.es/noticia/andalucia-destinara-800000-euros-proyectos-de-cooperacion-en-mali

https://www.unicef.es/hazte-socio?ac=AC-661

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