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What does U.N. stand for?
Where does Ban Ki-Moon work?
He is in charge of the United Nations.
What is Ban Ki-Moon’s job?
He is Secretary General.
What does UNICEF do?
UNICEF helps others.
What does UNICEF try to do?
It tries to help mothers and children
all around the world.
Why does Ban Ki-Moon want
to be Secretary General of the U.N.?
He wants to make changes
and help people.
What material did Jitka, the girl
who made the first UNICEF
holiday card, use to paint her picture?
She made it on glass.
What was one thing the United Nations
was created for?
It was created for world peace.
Where is the U.N. building?
The building is in New York City.
Where does UNICEF get its money?
UNICEF gets all of its money
What is the symbol
of the United Nations?
The symbol has a world map
and an olive branch on it.
How much money was raised
by UNICEF last year?
UNICEF raised $6 million last year.
How many votes does each country
get in the U.N. General Assembly?
Each country gets one vote.
What year was UNICEF created?
UNICEF was created in 1946.
What was the old
Secretary General’s name?
The old Secretary General’s name
is Kofi Annan.
How much does it cost for UNICEF
to buy a child 1 box of crayons?
One box of crayons costs 10 cents.
What does UNICEF stand for?
United Nations International
Children's Emergency Fund
United Nations Children’s Fund