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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
South Sudan Faces Severe Food Crisis
50,000 children are at risk of dying from malnutrition.
UNICEF Responds to Cholera Outbreak in South Sudan
3.75 million children are affected by the growing crisis.
Join Star Wars & UNICEF Innovation to be a “Force for Change”
You could win a chance to be in the next Star Wars film.
UNICEF Experts Take Part in Landmark Study of Newborn Deaths
A new study looks at how 3 million newborn deaths could be prevented.
3 Ways UNICEF Helps Mothers and Children Stay Healthy
UNICEF works with women before, during and after pregnancy to help children and their mothers stay healthy.
UNICEF Frees 1,000 Child Soldiers in the Central African Republic
6,000 more are still trapped in the conflict.
As Search for Schoolgirls Goes On, UNICEF Works to Help Nigerian Children
New attacks drive children out of school.
UNICEF Responds to Landslide in Afghanistan
The top priority is supporting the families who are being relocated.
Infographic: Vaccines Work
Immunization is one of the most cost-effective public health investments.
Infographic: $1.80 Saves a Child from Tetanus
Tetanus is an excruciating disease, but an easy and cheap one to prevent.
How UNICEF Text Messages Save Children's Lives in Indonesia
In Indonesia — where a child under five dies every four minutes of preventable causes — midwives are often responsible for children's health in rural villages.
South Sudanese Flee Upriver to Escape Violence
Displaced families surge into tiny Nile River fishing villages.