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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
The Last Malaria Survivor on Sabang
A pilot program in Indonesia aims to make malaria a thing of the past.
UNICEF Calls for Protection of Unaccompanied Child Migrants
More than 47,000 unaccompanied children have been apprehended at the U.S. border in the past 8 months.
Q&A: UNICEF in Afghanistan (Video)
An inside look into UNICEF's work in Afghanistan—one of the world's most dangerous places.
WNBA Basketball Stars Support Nigerian Schoolgirls
Sisters Nneka and Chiney Ogwumike are partnering with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to support Nigerian schoolgirls.
Educating the World's Most Vulnerable Children
What it takes to make sure every child gets quality education.
Video: Child Monks Take Soccer to New Heights
The joy of high-altitude soccer in Bhutan, where UNICEF is working to make sports accessible to every child.
Interactive: Mapping Child Survival
The Pulitzer Center maps UNICEF data to show the world's remarkable progress in reducing child mortality.
Inside South Sudan: Q&A with UNICEF’s Kent Page
A firsthand report on the race to prevent a children's famine.
Infographic: Nutrition in South Sudan
50,000 children are at risk of dying from starvation.
In the First 24 Hours of Life, Every Newborn Needs These 5 Things
1 million newborns die within their first day.
Infographic: Violence in Iraq
Sectarian conflict has forced more than 1.1 million Iraqis from their homes.
UNICEF Mobilizes Aid for Displaced Iraqi Children
Up to 500,000 Iraqi people have been newly displaced.