Donate to The COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund



COVID-19 has taken hundreds of thousands of lives and millions of livelihoods, creating an unprecedented global crisis. Unless we act now, half a billion people risk falling into poverty, especially women and children.
A global emergency needs global solidarity. It has never been more urgent to support a response led by the United Nations. Your donation will support the United Nations Secretary-General’s COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund, offering emergency development investments to those most affected by the pandemic. It protects progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their promise of a more inclusive, equitable and sustainable future for all.
With your support, the United Nations will help vulnerable countries and people to build more resilient communities* where everyone can access the healthcare, decent jobs, and education they need. We will heed the Secretary-General’s call for global solidarity and immediate response.


We will recover better. Together.


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