A global wealthtech company has donated $1 million to UNICEF to help vulnerable children in Ukraine and the surrounding countries. The conflict in Ukraine has led to the displacement of 3.7 million people, with over 90 percent being women and children. These refugees are especially vulnerable to human trafficking and exploitation. To help these refugees, EXANTE has made a donation to UNICEF’s Emergency Response Fund.
EXANTE broker donates $1m to UNICEF
An EXANTE broker has donated $1m to UNICEF to support humanitarian relief efforts in the country. The money will help the organization quickly respond to crises and provide critical services to Ukraine’s war-affected children and the children of refugees in neighboring countries. EXANTE is especially concerned about the plight of children and the impact of this crisis on the futures of young people.
In Kharkiv, special ‘corners’ for children provide socio-emotional support. These ‘corners’ are equipped with art therapy, reading materials, and other educational materials. The programs are aimed at supporting learning and recreational activities in these displaced communities. The organization is currently appealing for $349 million in support of lifesaving aid for Ukraine’s children. The funds will go towards providing services to 3.5 million people and 2.2 million children. Learn more here: https://www.unicef.org/partnerships/exante-donates-1m-support-unicefs-efforts-help-children-affected-war-ukraine.
The MiFID-compliant EXANTÉ broker has donated $1 million to UNICEF, which aims to assist vulnerable children and families in Ukraine and its neighbouring countries. Over 3.7 million people have fled the conflict in Ukraine, and over 90% are children and women. They are especially vulnerable to human trafficking and exploitation. EXANTÉ has also been a leading financial services provider to the displaced community in the region since its founding in 2011.
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In an effort to help Ukraine war-affected children, EXANTE brokers recently donated $1 million to UNICEF. These funds will help UNICEF meet the urgent needs of children growing up in a time of war by providing life-saving supplies and aid for education programmes in Ukraine. Since the war in Ukraine has been escalating for months now, the needs of children are particularly great.
A special point of social-emotional support for children was recently opened in Kharkiv subway stations. These points sheltered over 17.5 thousand children over the course of two weeks. There are many educational materials and facilitators available for children to participate in. The special points also offer entertainment activities. EXANTE also offers social-media support, so clients can follow the company’s activities in Ukraine.
Makes donation to UNICEF’s emergency response
Today, the EXANTE broker is making a one-million-dollar donation to UNICEF’s emergency response for war-affected children in Ukraine. The money will help UNICEF meet the urgent needs of children growing up amid the war in Ukraine, providing life-saving supplies and support for education programs in the country. The donation comes in the wake of the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, which has displaced more than 3.7 million people. More than 90 percent of these refugees are children and women, making them extremely vulnerable to human trafficking and exploitation.
The charity has set up special “corners” for children in 29 metro stations in Kharkiv, where displaced families have sought refuge in recent weeks. These areas have been equipped with reading materials, art therapy materials, and other learning and emotional support materials, and special facilitators are providing re-creative activities for pre-school children. The organization is appealing for $349 million in donations to help provide lifesaving support to 2.2 million children and their families.