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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Thousands of Children to be Released from Armed Groups in South Sudan
The first group of 280 children were handed over to UNICEF on Tuesday.
Floods in Malawi Force Thousands of Families from Their Homes
Heavy rains have displaced more than 300,000 people, at least half of them children.
VIDEO: In Ebola Fight, Clean Water is a Vital Weapon
A look inside an Ebola treatment center where UNICEF is delivering lifesaving water and sanitation.
VIDEO: The Ebola Kit That Saves Lives in Liberia
Across West Africa, the UNICEF hygiene kit is helping families protect themselves from Ebola.
VIDEO: How Faith Leaders Are Fighting Ebola
Muslim and Christian leaders are working together to spread awareness of Ebola in Guinea.
VIDEOS: Indian Ocean Tsunami - A Look Back and a Leap Forward
Ten years after the tsunami, UNICEF's rescue mission continues to improve children's lives in the region.
PHOTOS: Amid a Devastating Year, Big Wins for Children
A look back at 2014—a year of unprecedented challenges and record-breaking achievements. Let's make 2015 better for kids.
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.