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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
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.
5 Small Things That Have Meant Big Change for Kids
Innovations that make a huge difference in children's lives don't have to be costly or complicated.
Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan: Gerald's Story (VIDEO)
Nine-year-old Gerald helped keep his family alive after Typhoon Haiyan. Now, he's happy to be back in school.
Ebola: A Survivor's Mission to Help Others
UNICEF is working with survivors to protect their communities and care for victims.
World Polio Day: Celebrating Big Achievements
Thanks to a 26-year effort to eradicate polio, at least 10 million children have been saved from disabilities.
How UNICEF Helps People Protect Themselves from Ebola (VIDEO)
UNICEF’s Adolphus Scott and Hawa Page travel to Liberia’s capital to teach Ebola prevention to local youth.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Ebola
Five suggestions for parents and educators to keep in mind when explaining Ebola to children.
In Sierra Leone, A 14-Year-Old Ebola Survivor Speaks Out (VIDEO)
Hawa, an Ebola survivor from Sierra Leone, lost two family members to Ebola. Watch her incredible story of survival.
In Liberia, One Girl’s Stand Against Ebola (VIDEO)
Watch a video of 16-year-old Jessica T. S. Neufville of Liberia join UNICEF in raising awareness about Ebola in West Point, Monrovia.
On the Front Lines in the Fight Against Ebola (VIDEO)
The New York Times follows an ambulance worker in his tireless work to save lives.
5 Surprising Facts About Girls Around the World
Violence is a huge problem for girls worldwide, and high levels of acceptance only make it worse.
More than 3,700 Ebola Orphans in West Africa
Many are abandoned by surviving relatives as fear of Ebola becomes stronger than family ties.