Wemade (CEO Jang Hyun-guk) signed a global three-party agreement with the UNICEF headquarters and the UNICEF Korea Committee on Friday, 19, 100 years of long-term sponsorship project.

The ‘100-year Promise’ agreement was held at the UNICEF headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, with the CEO of Wemade Jang Hyun-guk, the UNICEF headquarters, Carla Dad Mardini, and the Secretary-General of the UNICEF Korea Committee.

Wemade plans to donate $ 1 million a year to UNICEF and $ 100 million for 100 million dollars a year to UNICEF, and strive to promote educational projects and rights for children around the world.

Based on the keynote that ‘education is a hundred-year world,’ planning a ‘100-year promise’ project so that the investment for the future of children can lead to the future of the individual, family and community, and even the future of the country. I plan to apply.

As a result, donations delivered will be fully supported for UNICEF’s ‘Reimagine Education’ project to help children receive quality education.

Lee Ki-cheol, Secretary General of the UNICEF Korea Committee, said, The digital gap will have a serious impact on creating the future that children want as children grow. I will apply.

Jang Hyun-guk, CEO of Wemade, said, We decided to cooperate with UNICEF, which supports educational projects of children around the world to fulfill its global social responsibility for the WeMix project. I made a 100-year promise and will do my best to keep it.