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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
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 them.
Sinjar's Children Are a Long Way From Home
Iraqi families are still on the run, fleeing to wherever they can find food, water and safe shelter for their children.
Infographic: Food Emergency in South Sudan
Conflict in South Sudan has turned into a severe food crisis.
Ebola in Sierra Leone —The Joy of Survivors
At the epicenter of the outbreak, 7-year-old Vandy and others are surviving the terrifying disease.
Child Migrants On the Run: Q&A with UNICEF El Salvador
Gordon Jonathan Lewis discusses the border crisis and UNICEF's efforts to protect El Salvador's children.
Violence in Iraq: Voices of Yazidi Refugees
Inside the Nawrouz refugee camp in Syria, where families have fled from the violence in Iraq.
UNICEF USA Mourns Actor Robin Williams (1951 - 2014)
The Academy Award-winning actor was a friend of the world's children.
In Photos: Inside Gaza's Hospitals and Shelters
More than 237,000 people have taken shelter in U.N.-run schools.
Sinjar's Children Trapped, Under Attack — UNICEF Iraq Responds
Violence in northern Iraq threatens thousands of families.
UNICEF USA Must Reads
A weekly roundup of UNICEF issues in the news. (August 8, 2014)
Children Have Borne the Brunt of Violence in Gaza and Israel
Hundreds of children have been killed, and thousands more have been injured.