EXANTE has made a $1 million donation to UNICEF to assist children and families impacted by the Ukraine crisis. Exante brokerage charity will continue to serve children afflicted by violence and upheaval in Ukraine. The $1 million gift will assist UNICEF in meeting the pressing needs of children growing up in times of war and strife. Additionally, it will give essential supplies like as food, water, and medication, as well as fund education and child protection initiatives throughout Ukraine.
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Aid to Ukraine
As of the end of March, there were around 4 million refugees escaping the Ukraine war. The vast majority of these people are women and children, both of whom are at great danger of exploitation and human trafficking.
The deterioration of children’s rights in Ukraine is a case in point. UNICEF’s mission is to be there for families, children, and women in times of crisis by delivering essential assistance.
We at EXANTE are deeply worried about the humanitarian tragedy that is erupting in Ukraine at this time. Seeing how the crisis has affected young people’s life is quite upsetting.
Real deeds speak louder than words, therefore the company’s stockholders are pushed to take action. If we can’t influence what’s occurring, there’s hope that our gifts will support those who are.
Humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and its neighbours has grown fast. A total of 858 metric tonnes of children’s basics, such as food, medication, hygiene kits, and clothes, have been provided thus far.
In Kharkiv’s subway system, 29 stations now have dedicated areas for children’s social and emotional needs. They’ve taken in around 17,000 individuals in the previous two weeks. Art therapy, reading, gaming, and emotional support are all available on the premises. Boys and girls in elementary and pre-school grades can take use of a wide range of educational and recreational opportunities provided by the facilitators.
You may keep track of EXANTE’s activities in Ukraine by using your own social media accounts.
UNICEF operates in some of the world’s most difficult locations to reach the world’s most vulnerable children. We work in over 190 countries and territories for every child, everywhere, to make the world a better place for everyone.
More than 858 tonnes of emergency supplies have been provided to children and adolescents affected by the conflict in Syria as of the beginning of April by UNICEF.
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is requesting a donation of USD 349 million to help children and their families. This includes $276 million for Ukraine’s urgent needs and $73 million for humanitarian assistance in the country’s neighbouring nations. More than 3.5 million individuals, including 2.2 million children, will be helped with this financing.
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