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Child Refugee & Migrant Crisis
In Honduras, a Need for Violence Reduction, Education and Opportunity
UNICEF and partners are working to improve conditions in Honduras, so children and families won't feel forced to migrate.
Immigration Policies Put Migrant Families at Serious Risk of Violence
Current policies prevent families from accessing their legal right to protection in the U.S. as they seek asylum.
Fleeing Violence in Guatemala, a Young Family Yearns for Safety
Central Americans targeted by gangs face a difficult choice: leave everything behind and start over, or stay put and risk death.
UNICEF Is Helping Build a Better Future in Honduras
Violence forces families and children to flee Honduras every day. UNICEF is working to make the country safer for all.
Karla Gallo, Defender of Migrant Children Traveling Alone
UNICEF is stationed on the routes migrant children travel to protect them — especially those who are on their own — and their rights.
How UNICEF Helps Young Migrants in Central America, Mexico & the U.S.
FAQs: Here's how UNICEF and UNICEF USA are working to support and protect migrating children every step of the way.
Why Children Are Fleeing Honduras, and What UNICEF Is Doing About It
Children are compelled to leave their homeland — but they would much rather stay. UNICEF helps make it possible.
UNICEF NextGen Works to Save and Protect Young Migrants in Mexico
After a special mission to meet migrant children in Mexico, UNICEF Next Generation got busy fundraising. And then the earthquakes hit.