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We'd like to say a big thank you to all our Official Partners and Suppliers who have committed to the Harmony Geneva Marathon for Unicef. Without their help we would not be able to offer the participants the unique experience they encounter on the event.

An association with the Harmony Geneva Marathon for Unicef provides valuable opportunities to build your brand with an engaged audience of passionate enthusiasts from all over the world. Customised packages are tailored for individual Partners in categories with benefits and prices based on budgets and objectives.

For further information on how to join our existing Partners, please contact Alexandre [email protected] +41 (0) 78 608 95 01

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UNICEF

UNICEF

Since 2010, our organisation has worked in close partnership with UNICEF Switzerland and Liechtenstein, the official charity partner of the event. The vital funds raised are used to finance the installation of water pumps in countries requiring emergency assistance allowing children and their families to have access to safe drinking water. Thanks to this partnership for 10 years, 850 water pumps have been installed thanks to the funds raised by our runners.

By participating in the Harmony Geneva Marathon for Unicef you will help save lives!

How to get involved?

  • Make a donation on your registration form
  • Start your own fundraising page and invite your friends and family to sponsor your run or walk
  • Visit the Unicef booth at the Marathon Village and you will get first-hand information about the work Unicef is doing.

Safe water for Malawian schoolchildren

Many children in Malawi cannot go to school because they are suffering from diarrhoea or other infections caused by contaminated water. Or they miss classes because they have to cover long distances to gain access to water.

Malawi is already affected by the consequences of climate change, which worsen the water supply. The groundwater level is sinking further, making it unreachable for simple hand pumps.

UNICEF improves access to safe water using solar pumps that reach groundwater deeper down, while also having greater capacities. Solar-powered facilities are connected to a pipeline system with water tanks. Their robust structure makes them more resilient to flooding, which strengthens entire communities in emergency situations. The new solar-powered systems will supply schools and surrounding communities with safe water. That makes everyday life easier and water can be accessed more quickly and efficiently. Girls and boys do not become sick so quickly and can go to school.