Report of the Executive Board of the International Children's Emergency Fund

III. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED ON THE REPORTS OF THE THIRD COMMITTEE
214. Report of the Executive Board of the International Children's Emergency Fund

The General Assembly, Having considered the reports[1] of the Economic and Social Council and of the Executive Board of the International Children's Emergency Fund, Notes that substantial relief for the emergency needs of children in many countries has been administered during 1948, that additional countries are applying for assistance in 1949, and that additional resources accordingly are needed; Notes the conclusion[2] of the Economic and Social Council that there exist practical and effective means for bringing relief to the continuing emergency needs of children, provided that further contributions are received; Notes with satisfaction the successful arrangements made for co-operation between the Fund and the World Health Organization; Approves the report of the Executive Board; Expresses gratification that twenty-five States thus far have contributed to the Fund, some of them having already made second contributions; Draws the attention of Members to the necessity for prompt contributions from Governments to enable the procurement of supplies to proceed for the work of the Fund in 1949 and, generally, to meet the objectives for which the Fund was established. Hundred and seventy-seventh plenary meeting,
8 December 1948.


[1] See Official Records of the third session of the General Assembly, Supplement No. 3 and document E/901. [2] See Resolutions adopted by the Economic and Social Council during its seventh session, page 51.
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