UNICEF is committed to making information about its programmes and operations available to the public. UNICEF considers public access to information a key component of effective participation of all stakeholders, including the public, in the achievement of its mandate. UNICEF recognises that there is a positive correlation between transparency, including through information-sharing, and public trust in UNICEF-supported development work and humanitarian response.
General principle of access to information
Information should be accessible and disclosed, subject to the limitations set forth.
Accessibility of information
Information accessible to the public shall be made available, as much as possible, reasonable and practical, on one or more of the UNICEF public-access websites or websites of the United Nations System.
Restricted access to information
The Policy excludes data that exist in raw form, either physically or electronically. UNICEF is not in a position to respond to requests that require the selection and/or manipulation of data to produce content.
No representation is made or warranty given, express or implied, as to the completeness or accuracy of information made available by UNICEF. The requestor shall apply discretion when using the information made available by UNICEF. UNICEF will not be liable for any direct or indirect loss arising from the use of the information.
This text is based on the information disclosure policy for unicef.org websites. For more information, click here.
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