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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Homes and Hugs for West Africa's Ebola Orphans
It’s a joyful moment when the children, officially Ebola-free, depart quarantine and embrace family members.
UNICEF Condemns Attacks on Children in Pakistan and Yemen
More than 100 children have been killed in Peshawar, Pakistan, and at least 15 school girls attacked in Yemen.
Typhoon Hagupit (Ruby) Hits the Philippines
Slow-moving, yet dangerous, Hagupit affects more than 1 million people and 400,000 children. UNICEF mobilizes relief for hard-hit areas.
Philippines Typhoon 2014 - Hagupit (Ruby)
A new super typhoon threatens the Philippines.
VIDEO: Watch How Liberian Teens Design Tech to Fight Ebola
Designed by Liberian teens, U-Report lets young people access real-time information about the Ebola outbreak.
5 Small Things that Have Meant Big Change for Kids
Innovations that make a huge difference in children's lives don't have to be costly or complicated.
Philippines Typhoon Haiyan One Year After
UNICEF provided comprehensive support to families after the storm.
Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan: Gerald's Story (VIDEO)
Nine-year-old Gerald helped keep his family alive after Typhoon Haiyan. Now, he's happy to be back in school.
Ebola: A Survivor's Mission to Help Others
"The safest person in Sierra Leone" can perform high-risk jobs without fear.
World Polio Day: Celebrating Big Achievements
Thanks to a 26-year effort to eradicate polio, at least 10 million children have been saved from disabilities.
VIDEO: How UNICEF Helps People Protect Themselves from Ebola
UNICEF’s Adolphus Scott and Hawa Page travel to Liberia’s capital to teach Ebola prevention to local youth.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Ebola
Five suggestions for parents and educators to keep in mind when explaining Ebola to children.