UNICEF will contribute USD 20 million (PLN 100 million) to Poland’s 500+ child support programme to help Ukrainian refugee children.
As part of an cooperation agreement with the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF), the organization has supplied Poland with vaccines against polio and Hepatitis A, the health minister announced on Friday.
Warsaw City Hall and Unicef have agreed to work together in responding to urgent needs of Ukrainian refugee children and families in Poland.
Auschwitz museum director Piotr Cywiński stepped in to help and offered to serve part of the teen’s jail sentence for clemency after Omar Farouq Bashir was sentenced allegedly ‘blaspheming against Allah’ during an argument with a friend at school.
Poles like to engage in charity not only financially, but also with their free time and good hearts, UNICEF Poland spokeswoman Monika Kacprzak told PAP on the occasion of the International Day of Charity falling on Saturday.
In 1946 Rajchman called for a fund to be created to help children. On his initiative, around 30 million medical examinations and 17 million tuberculosis vaccines were provided in 22 countries around the world between 1948-1951.
Beata Kempa, Poland's minister for humanitarian aid, on a visit to Jordan since Saturday, met in Amman on Sunday with UNICEF and Jordanian officials. She announced talks with her EU counterparts on the organisation of joint humanitarian assistance.