International Organizations Making a Difference

International Organizations Making a Difference
International Organizations Making a Difference

International Organizations Making a Difference

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Topic: International Organizations Making a Difference

Question/Prompt: The assignment this module/week is to research an international group, NGO, or other similarly situated group and explain how this group is helping to engage an international audience. If this is an area of interest or passion for you that should also be noted.


United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is a leading advocate for children and women’s rights formed in the year 1946 in response and destruction brought by World War II. It began its operations in few countries and is currently active in 157 countries across all the continents (Murray & Newby, 2012).  The organization is committed in achieving results in five areas: protection against violence, discrimination, abuse and violence, stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS and improving ways of protecting the already infected persons. Moreover, UNICEF ensures that education and immunization rights are given to all children irrespective of their location. Like most organizations, UNICEF has a mission which is to remain focused on the five priorities even in the midst of chaos. The world health organization (WHO) has been working closely with UNICEF on a strategy to fight vaccine preventable diseases which kill a high number of people yearly, with most of them being children. While taking into account ethics that involve culture and religious beliefs of people who don’t acknowledge immunization, UNICEF and WHO assists governments in financing, designing, and implementing national immunization programs to minimize health related complications. The excellence of the UNICEF internal management and operations together with information, advocacy and communication helps to enhance the success of their goals. Through planning, reporting, monitoring and evaluation, UNICEF management has been able to change the world by the use of its five goals for the better interest of the child to enjoy an ordinary childhood and a future filled with hope (Murray & Newby, 2014). Statistics have shown that UNICEF has provided practical solutions, which are extraordinarily effective by having held tireless crusades against diseases, suffering and advocating for quality health status in children.  A generation ago, 70,000 children died each day and this number has been able to reduce by half since UNICEF has been able to provide sanitation, good water, nutrition and good health for children to help them survive. Today, has managed to reduce the infant mortality rate, which used to be a serious problem several decades ago (Jolly, 2014). Therefore, children are able to thrive from early childhood through adolescence since they are protected from violence, exploitation, and other deadly diseases.


Jolly, R. (2014). UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund): Global Governance That Works (Global Institutions). Routledge, 1st edition

Murray, C & Newby, H. (2012). Data Resource Profile: United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). International Journal of Epidemiology. Vol. 41 Issue 6, p1595-1601

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