Origin of UNICEF
Examples from the Web for unicef
UNICEF estimates that at least 3,700 children have lost one or both parents to Ebola in the three affected countries.
Sarah Crowe is the chief of crisis communications for UNICEF, based in New York.
During August and September, UNICEF had helped 700 children find a parent or extended family or placed a child in foster care.
She picked up a corner of a cyan-blue UNICEF sticker and stuck it over her mouth.
WITW: You work with a lot of charities like Born Free Africa, GlobalGiving, and UNICEF.
British Dictionary definitions for unicef
n acronym for
Word Origin and History for unicef
by 1948, acronym from United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund, which was created in 1946 (the name was changed 1953 to United Nations Children's Fund but the acronym endured).