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COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO

The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the biggest global challenge that human beings have ever faced. To respond, on March 13th, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), announced the launch of the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, which was jointly established by WHO, the UN Foundation and the Swiss Philanthropy Foundation. the Swiss Philanthropy Foundation.This fund allows individuals, foundations, and companies to donate to support WHO and its partners to prevent, detect, and respond to this pandemic.


Donations will provide critical materials such as personal protective equipment for frontline health workers; help communities around the world access important information about the virus to prevent infections, protect themselves, and take care of people in need; and accelerate the research and development of testing tools, treatments, and vaccines. Funds raised will be allocated as outlined in the COVID-19 Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan.

CPWF Calls for Fundraising to Combat Global Pandemic

CPWF Responds to Call for Funds(Action of China)

To help combat COVID-19, CPWF actively responded to WHO's call for funds. CPWF worked with WHO to establish a mechanism to raise funds from all sectors of Chinese societies to help WHO and partners assist countries in combatting COVID-19, especially in vulnerable settings.

Acknowledgement

Thank you for supporting the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO. Your donations will help WHO's work to control the pandemic and save lives. Learn more information.

Ways of Donation

Donate through Tencent Public Welfare, Alibaba Philanthropy, ALlPAY PHlLANTHROPY, The Micro Platform for Public Welfare of Sina, Baidu Charity Platform, Qfund for Good, Lianquan.org, Waterdrop Charity, Suning Charitable Foundation, Shanyuan Foundation, SOCIAL PARTICIPATION IN POVERTY ALLEVIATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHINA, GongYiBao, Yibao Public Welfare, Bangbang Public Welfare, Guangyi Fundraising, Didi Charity, Meituan Charity, or via wire transfer using details below.

Bank Account Information of CPWF: :

Account Name: China Population Welfare Foundation

Bank Name (RMB): China Minsheng Bank, Weigongcun Branch

Bank Name (Foreign Currency): Bank of China, Head Office Sales Department

Total Amount of Fund

¥356,330.57

55619 donors

Total as of 05/28/2020 at 17:00 AM UTC+8

Impact of Funds

Allocations from the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund are decided by WHO in line with COVID-19 Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan, and will include UNICEF, vaccine development alliance CEPI (Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations), and other partners.

Learn More Information

COVID-19 Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan.

Get the latest news about COVID-19 from WHO.

About CPWF

China Population Welfare Foundation was founded on June 10th, 1987. It is a 4A level nationwide public fund NGO with the independent legal person status registered in the Ministry of Civil Affairs, People's Republic of China and guided by China National Health Commission. CPWF is one of the first group of charities recognized by the Ministry of Civil Affairs and won the honorary title of "China Advanced Social Organization" for many times.


The mission of China Population Welfare Foundation is "Improve Population Welfare, Promote Family Development", CPWF has implemented a series of charity projects in recent years including "Create Happy Family Activities," "Happy Project---Helping Mother in Need," "Yellow Bracelet Action," "Happy Smile---Helping Children with Cleft Lips and Palate," "Baby Gift---Happy Mother and Baby Project," "Health Warm heart" and achieve good responses from Chinese societies.


This time, in the process pf combating the COVID-19 epidemic, CPWF responded quickly and supported the whole country to fight against virus in time. By April 27th, 2020, the total of money and materials worth more than 161 million yuan were raised by CPWF and 92.31 million yuan has already spent on the anti-epidemic activities, contributed greatly to the entire China especially the most severe virus-stricken areas such as Hubei Province and Heilongjiang Province.