USE CRYPTOCURRENCIES FOR HUMANITARIAN DONATIONS

Why #GiveALittleCrypto?

#GiveALittleCrypto is a call to action to the crypto community to help the children of Yemen. While the humanitarian crisis continues the children of Yemen keep dying of starvation. More funds are needed and donations in cryptocurrencies from its community can have a significant positive impact.

All cryptos donated are in favor of UNICEF FRANCE to fund 2019 humanitarian operations of UNICEF in Yemen (scroll down to check the humanitarian situation in Yemen). UNICEF FRANCE is the sole owner of the receiving wallets and its private keys.

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Why the crypto community?

This crypto-raising campaign is organized for the crypto community, which needs to mobilize to fight this humanitarian crisis deemed the worst in decades.
Blockchain has many use cases. Instantly sending cryptos to help the children of Yemen is one of them. UNICEF FRANCE on behalf of UNICEF is one of the only international humanitarian organizations that accept cryptos and that understand the power of blockchain to save/improve lives, particularly when endangered by war, famine, and infectious diseases. Let’s make this happen!

Obviously this is not a scam. The donation wallet addresses are available on UNICEF FRANCE website or by clicking on any donation buttons on this website. We indicate below the exact link as well:

https://www.unicef.fr/article/givealittlecrypto-wallets

THE STORY OF AMAL HUSSAIN

Amal Hussain, 7 years old, who turned the world’s eyes to the famine in Yemen died at a ragged refugee camp four miles from the hospital on October 26th, 2018 from severe acute malnutrition.
According to the New York Times, Amal was discharged from an hospital 3 days before she died because doctors needed to make room for new patients and advised Amal’s mother to take her to a Doctors Without Borders hospital about 15 miles away. But Amal’s family was broke and could not afford the journey to the hospital as fuel prices and food have risen beyond affordable levels.
Picture of Amal taken by Tyler Hicks / The New York Times

YOUR DONATIONS CAN MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE FOR THE SUFFERING CHILDREN OF YEMEN

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Step 1: Donate by Sending Cryptos to UNICEF Wallet

Send cryptos to the Yemen dedicated wallets of UNICEF FRANCE. For safety purposes, wallets addresses are only available on UNICEF FRANCE website at https://www.unicef.fr/article/givealittlecrypto-wallets.

Step 2: UNICEF Converts Donations into Fiat

On or before April 28th, 2019, UNICEF FRANCE will convert all the donations into fiat (USD or EUR). Note that all the donations are kept in secure wallets. Conversion to fiat is done on Kraken.

Step 3: UNICEF Sends the Funds to Yemen

On or before May 5th, 2019, the funds will become available to UNICEF for its humanitarian operations in Yemen.

#GiveALittleCrypto does not own nor store any of the UNICEF FRANCE wallets and private keys.

Take Action Now!

It’s not too late to make a difference. Your donations in cryptocurrency are important for Yemen.

YEMEN HAS BECOME THE WORST HUMANITARIAN EMERGENCY IN DECADES AND IS HELL ON EARTH FOR CHILDREN

UNICEF estimates that 1 child dies every 10 minutes in Yemen.

Child Protection

6,639 children were killed or injured as a result of the war in Yemen and 2,706 children were recruited into the fighting.

Education

1 in 5 schools in Yemen can no longer be used because of the conflict and more than 2 million children are out-of-school severely impacting the future of the country.

Water and Sanitation

An estimated 8.1 million children do not have access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene.

Nutrition

1.8 million are children are food insecure, 400,000 children under the age of 5 suffer from severe acute malnutrition and are fighting to survive and many additional children could become severely malnourished in the coming months without scaling up lifesaving assistance.

Cholera Outbreak

 Since the outbreak of acute watery diarrhoea AWD/cholera on 27 April 2017 to September 2018, there have been over 1.2 million suspected cases with more than 2,500 associated deaths. Children under the age of 5 continue to represent more than a quarter of all suspected cholera/acute watery diarrhoea cases.

Basic Health

Only half of all health facilities are functional and face severe shortages in medicine, equipment, and staff. Nearly 8.4 million children require basic health care assistance.

Source: UNICEF Fast Facts – Yemen Crisis (November 2018)

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