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According to UNICEF, the conflict ongoing in Uganda’s neighboring Democratic Republic of the Congo has escalated and an estimated 2.6 million people are currently displaced. “This situation is expected to impact more than 60 percent of children,” it states.
UNICEF revealed on May 7 that responding to the urgent call for supplies, its longstanding partner IKEA Foundation donated 110,000 baby blankets to some of the world’s most vulnerable children affected by conflict.
These blankets go to children living in refugee camps in Jordan and Uganda and infants visiting hospitals and health centers in Syria.
The foundation will ship the IKEA blankets to the destination countries where UNICEF will handle distribution.
“In Jordan, 35,000 IKEA baby blankets will be distributed to Syrian refugee children ages two and under arriving in camps in Northern Jordan,” states UNICEF, adds, “It is still very cold at night in the desert, even during summer, and the blankets will help keep the youngest children and infants warm.”
Meanwhile in Syria, 50,000 blankets will be used for newborn babies and infants when they visit health centers and hospitals across five cities including Homs and Aleppo.
UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to save and improve children’s lives, providing health care and immunizations, clean water and sanitation, nutrition, education,emergency relief and more.
The U.S. Fund for UNICEF supports UNICEF’s work through fundraising, advocacy and education in the United States.
It works toward the day when ZERO children die from preventable causes and every child has a safe and healthy childhood.