ET Solar Group Corp. ("ET Solar"), a leading solar one-stop solution provider, today announces its launch of cooperation with the United Nations Children's Fund ("UNICEF"), one of the world's leading children's organizations, to provide financial support for UNICEF's Child Welfare Demonstration Project ("CWDP").
CWDP was designed to help pilot a new model for providing child welfare services for China's most vulnerable children. The initiative will also support relevant policy development in China. ET Solar will be one of the contributors to the project between 2013 and 2015. The project will cover approximately 80,000 highly vulnerable children from 120 villages in 5 provinces and autonomous regions including Henan, Shanxi, Yunnan, Sichuan, and Xinjiang. These children will receive, under CWDP, improved community care to support essential health care and, nutrition, access to education, and a variety of social welfare services.
Ms. Gillian Mellsop, the representative of UNICEF, said: "We are very happy that ET Solar has made such a generous contribution to support our work to help establish a modern, community based child welfare system inChina. ET Solar's contribution will not only benefit the children covered in the programme, it will also contribute toward developing better policies and strategies adopted by the Government of China to meet the critical needs of its most vulnerable children throughout the country."
Mr. Dennis She, President and CEO of ET Solar, commented: "We are very pleased to participate in this project along with UNICEF. UNICEF has been playing a very important role in improving children's living conditions around the world and particularly in developing countries. As a socially responsible company that is committed to the public welfare efforts, ET Solar has also been very keen to provide significant support to children from the developing regions in China. It is our strong belief that children, the hope of our society, should be given the highest priority on living condition improvement and we will do everything we can to fill their lives with positive energy."