UNICEF Nigeria Address and Contact Details.

UNICEF Nigeria Address and Contact Details.

UNICEF is part of United Nations (UN) and UN members are governments. So UNICEF is not an NGO. Just like Red Cross, because their members are governments, they are not an NGO.

UNICEF believes in nurturing and caring for children is no doubt the cornerstones of human progress. It was created with this purpose in mind to work with the world to overcome the obstacles that poverty, violence, disease and discrimination place in a child’s path.

Nigeria being the giant of Africa was one of the first African countries where UNICEF established a programme of cooperation. UNICEF is still working in partnership with many stakeholders, including government, civil society, children and families, to achieve national and international goals instrumental in the fulfillment of children’s rights.

UNICEF Nigeria Office Postal address:

United Nations House

Plot 617/618, Diplomatic Drive

Central Business District

PMB 2851, Garki, Abuja, Nigeria

UNICEF Nigeria Address and Contact Details.

UNICEF Nigeria Address

Media and website enquiries:

Geoffrey Njoku: gnjoku@unicef.org

General enquiries: nigeria@unicef.org

Tel: +234 (0)803 525 0288 (SMS and WhatsApp only),

+234 9 461 8600, 461 8505

Facsimile: +234 9 461 8578


Avoid fraud: How to protect yourself

UNICEF is deeply concerned about the fraudulent use of our name and logo by unethical individuals who deliberately abuse the trust of UNICEF supporters worldwide.

We have received reports that imposters may now be using UNICEF’s name – and our hard-earned credibility – to solicit members of the public via websites, e-mails and phone calls.

These abuses have been brought to the attention of UNICEF’s legal department. We are alerting the public as well, in an effort to ensure that innocent victims are not lured into providing their personal contact details.

Please be advised that websites, e-mails and phone calls offering jobs or prizes, or requesting for financial support on behalf of UNICEF are fabricated and fraudulent.

To confirm the authenticity of any email from UNICEF Nigeria, please ensure you receive a confirmation notification via SMS and WhatsApp from +234 (0)803 525 0288.

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