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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
UNICEF USA Must Reads
A weekly roundup of UNICEF issues in the news. (September 19, 2014)
Got a Minute? Here's What You Need to Know About Gaza's Water Shortage
Water is a precious resource in Gaza. UNICEF's Chief of Field Office Pernille Ironside explains.
Everything You Need to Know About Gaza Schools in Less Than 2 Minutes
Conflict delayed the start of the school year, but Palestinian children are now back to learning.
Five Ways UNICEF Is Fighting Ebola
From medical supplies to hygiene training, UNICEF is on the ground responding to the crisis.
New UNICEF Report: Child Deaths Cut in Half Since 1990
Almost 100 million children's lives have been saved over the past two decades.
UPS and UNICEF work together for Syrian children
UNICEF and UPS volunteers team up to help keep Syrian refugee children warm this winter.
For Haiti’s Most Vulnerable Families, A Personal Assistant
A community-based program connects the hardest-to-reach families with essential services.
In This Central African Republic Hospital, Everybody Gets Treated
UNICEF builds a brand new operating wing at the hospital in Berberati.
Siege Broken, UNICEF Delivers Aid to Children of Amerli, Iraq
After two-month siege ends, a convoy brings food, water and medical supplies.
How UNICEF Helps Prevent Ebola in Liberia
On the front lines of the fight against a deadly disease.
8 Things You Need to Know About Gaza
The conflict that began on July 8 has had a huge impact on children.
One Country, One Million Malnourished Children: South Sudan Now
50,000 may die by year's end without treatment. Here's how we can help.