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COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO

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The COVID-19 pandemic has left the whole world in fear and confusion as an ever single person on the planet is at risk.

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The fact that we are all directly or indirectly affected by the increasing COVID-19 pandemic makes it a collective responsibility to contribute to bringing it to an end.

It’s an unprecedented health difficulty spreading like wildfire, and the WHO knows that people and organizations everywhere are willing to help.

The World Health Organization is leading and coordinating the global effort, as they support countries to detect, prevent, and respond to the worldwide pandemic.

The greatest need at the moment is to help ensure all countries of the world are prepared to handle this pandemic, especially those with the poorest and weakest health systems.

Donations from organizations and individuals support WHO’s work to effectively track and understand the spread of the new coronavirus; to ensure that confirmed patients get the best of achievable care they need and that the frontline workers get valuable supplies and the right information; and to also accelerate efforts to test, develop vaccines, and come up with treatments.

To make a donation now, check here and make a contribution towards tackling this dangerous pandemic.

Other ways to make a donation towards COVID-19

Online donations that are made via the WHO website are tax-deductible in the United States of America to the extent that it is allowable by law.

The UN Foundation also accepts wire transfers and checks from where ever you are in the world and may be able to offer tax benefits to donors based in the U.S.

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If you have any questions or inquiries, contact COVID19Fund@unfoundation.org.

Through a new partnership with the Swiss Philanthropy Foundation, which is a part of the Transnational Giving Europe (TGE) network, all donors located in any part of Europe may be able to donate to this cause via wire transfer.

To know more about which mechanism will be perfect for you, do well to visit the Swiss Philanthropy Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund webpage. You can also See the WHO’s FAQs for more details on potential tax-exemption.

You may also offer your support to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund by sending your donations to the Facebook Fundraiser, or via Google. You can also donate using text via any of U.S. mobile carriers. To offer $30, text WHO30 to 501501. To give $50, text WHO50 to 501501.

The United Nations Foundation sponsors donations and contributions to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization.

For corporate and foundation giving, do well to contact COVID19Fund@unfoundation.org.

We look forward to your response.

Disclaimer: This article is purely informative & educational in nature and should not be construed as medical advice. Please use the content only in consultation with an appropriate certified medical or healthcare professional.

Emmanuella Ekokotu
Ekokotu Emmanuella is a sociologist and Anthropologist, writer, and fashion model who lives in Benin city, Edo state,Nigeria.
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