This year, NextGen has chosen a dual-funding project. NextGen will work to support UNICEF's Emergency Relief Fund, and UNICEF Jamaica's Violence Interruption Program. The Emergency Relief Fund allows UNICEF to reach the world's most vulnerable children at all times, and to be the first organization to respond in times of crisis. With 50 million children uprooted from their homes, UNICEF's work is more critical than ever. Syria is facing the largest humanitarian crisis in the world, and after more than 5 years of conflict, children continue to be particularly vulnerable to recruitment into armed groups, child labour, child marriage, and other forms of exploitation and abuse.

While the Syria is in a state of emergency, and demands the world's attention, UNICEF continues to work in 190 countries, ensuring children are safe. However in Jamaica between 2014-2015, there has been an increase in homicide rates, along with the continual physical, sexual and emotional abuse many young women face. As a result, the Jamaican Government is partnering with UNICEF in an effort to implement a Violence Interruption Program (VIP) in the region which aims to treat violence as a public health issue.

 

88.4% of every dollar spent goes directly to help children.

This year, NextGen has chosen a dual-funding project. NextGen will work to support UNICEF's Emergency Relief Fund, and UNICEF Jamaica's Violence Interruption Program. The Emergency Relief Fund allows UNICEF to reach the world's most vulnerable children at all times, and to be the first organization to respond in times of crisis. With 50 million children uprooted from their homes, UNICEF's work is more critical than ever. Syria is facing the largest humanitarian crisis in the world, and after more than 5 years of conflict, children continue to be particularly vulnerable to recruitment into armed groups, child labour, child marriage, and other forms of exploitation and abuse.

While the Syria is in a state of emergency, and demands the world's attention, UNICEF continues to work in 190 countries, ensuring children are safe. However in Jamaica between 2014-2015, there has been an increase in homicide rates, along with the continual physical, sexual and emotional abuse many young women face. As a result, the Jamaican Government is partnering with UNICEF in an effort to implement a Violence Interruption Program (VIP) in the region which aims to treat violence as a public health issue.

 

88.4% of every dollar spent goes directly to help children.

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