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UNICEF Sale

UNICEF Sale

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has, for the past 47 years been developing

assistance programs for improving children's health, nutrition, education and social

environment around the world. These extensive activities require financial support

from a variety of sources, to ensure that UNICEF's funding requirements continue

to be met.

On way in which UNICEF is able to raise these vital funds is to produce a range of

colorful greeting cards and gift items each year, which are made available to the

public. Each item sold carries more than good wishes. It conveys a special message

from the heart. The proceeds from these sales help the poorest children in the poorest

countries.

For the 1993 Christmas and New Year season, UNICEF in Phnom PEnh is offering a selection

of greeting cards, in packs of ten, and gifts, including decorated porcelain cups

and mugs, stationery folios and children's puzzle cube sets.

Gift items are on display in the reception of the UNICEF office at No. 11 St. 75

and can be purchased from the Information Officer between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday

to Friday.

Every dollar spent will play an important role in ensuring UNICEF's life-saving programs

continue.

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