Hope for Every Child: Unicef releases series of poignant photographs as it celebrates its 70th anniversary
The world’s largest children’s charity has celebrated its 70th anniversary by releasing a series of photographs detailing the work it does to protect young people across the globe.
Unicef was first established on 11 December, 1946 to ‘bring help and hope’ to children suffering in the aftermath of the Second World War.
On the 70th anniversary of its founding, the charity renewed its call for people to reach out to millions of children whose lives and futures are endangered by conflict, crisis, poverty, inequality and discrimination.
A collection of images stretching over seven decades show the work the charity has done in 190 countries and territories and through the efforts of 13,000 national and international staff to reach every child.