Preview (15 questions)
1 Question
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Q. Currently, UNICEF stands for United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund.


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2 Question
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Q. The motto of UNICEF is to give every child the chance to grow up healthy, happy, and safe.


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3 Question
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Q. The flag of UNICEF has an outline of a mother holding a child within a blue globe surrounded by olive leaves.


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Q. UNICEF was founded in 1940 to protect the children affected by the world war.


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Q. UNICEF works in over 200 countries to reach the children and young people in greatest need.


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Q. UNICEF also received The Nobel Peace Prize, as a recognition for its work in the year 1965.


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Q. In an attempt to create awareness, UNICEF also releases films for group showings.


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8 Question
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Q. The project GIRL STAR, of UNICEF, documents stories of girls from the most disadvantaged communities across the northern states of Africa.


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Q. Apart from actively distributing mosquito nets and medicines, the organization also gathers vaccines for 40 percent of children globally.


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Q. UNICEF is the successor of the International Children's Emergency Fund.


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Q. Manchester United, wore the UNICEF logo on the front of their uniforms from 2006 for five years supporting and sponsoring the organization.


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Q. UNICEF is headquartered in Geneva.


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Q. UNICEF's WASH initiative is to prevent disease and protect the health of children through hygiene.


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Q. The International UNICEF Day is celebrated on November 14th every year.


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Q. Katy Perry was appointed as UNICEF’s newest Goodwill Ambassador in 2019.


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