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Where UNICEF Works
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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
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.
UNICEF Ramps Up Response as Ebola Threat Grows
The disease has caused 95 deaths in Guinea and 10 in Liberia.
UNICEF Looks Out for Vulnerable Children in Ukraine
UNICEF is working to help children affected by political change and unrest.
New Report on the World's Most Urgent Children's Crises
Syria heads the list of countries in need of humanitarian aid.
UNICEF Works to Contain Ebola Fever Outbreak in West Africa
UNICEF responds to the Ebola fever break out in West Africa.
UNICEF Tap Project Supporters: Your Impact So Far
Our mobile app challenges you to provide water to a child in need.
3 Numbers to Consider on World Water Day
1,400 daily deaths, 10 countries, 71% of the burden.
Infographic: Syrian Children Under Siege
Learn more about the conflict's long-term impact on children.
Remembering Nelson Mandela (1918- 2013)
“We have all lost a hero, a powerful champion for children.”