||1946, General Assembly Resolution 57 (I) Establishment of an International Children's Emergency Fund + 1947, ECOSOC Res. 44 (IV); 79 (V); GA Res. 138 (II), ECOSOC Res. 126 (VI) + 161 (VII) = UNICEF Establish
|12/11/1946 at 3:33 PM
||Establishment of an International Children's Emergency Fund A-RES 57 I . Attached is resolution 57 (I) which established the International Children's Emergency Fund. The resolution was adopted unanimously by the General Assembly at its 56th plenary meet
||The International Children's Emergency Fund; Department of State Publication - - by John Charnow - Steps leading to creation of Fund - main Activities
||The Work of the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund: Its Origins and Policies - Statements by Alan Watt of Australian Delegation And Eleanor Roosevelt of American Delegation in support of Resolution.
||Final Report of the First Executive Board Session 11 December 1946-31 December 1950
||First Executive Board Final Report - 11 December 1946 - 31 December 1950
||Special Report of the UNICEF Board to ECOSOC 25 March 1953 - synthesis of discussions by representatives 21 governments.
||Major Trends in UNICEF Programme Aid: Excerpts from Executive Board Reports: Classified by subject 1947-1959 = E/ICEF/337/Rev.02
||UNICEF Goals in Maternal and Child Health - Statement by Maurice Pate to American Public Health Association - Section on Maternal and Child Health - Atlantic City -Most of the children of the world face a short - sick - hungry life ---
||The Real Problems of UNICEF - Heyward draft. Suggest too much time on un-real problems. Focus on the needs of Children and unallocated Resources . Emergency reserve etc.