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Child Refugee & Migrant Crisis
Children Seeking Asylum Deserve Protection
The U.S. must stop using COVID-19 as a pretext for deporting migrant children who have tested negative and pose no public health threat.
How UNICEF Supports and Protects Child Migrants Every Step of the Way
Children and young people are entitled to the same basic human rights wherever they are, regardless of borders.
Protecting Child Migrants During a Pandemic
How UNICEF is protecting children on the move in northern Central America, Mexico and the U.S. in the context of COVID-19.
Inside Look: How COVID-19 is Deepening the Migrant Crisis in Honduras
A conversation with UNICEF Child Protection Specialist Lea Beaudry about how UNICEF is doing whatever it takes to protect kids.
A Brave Mother Fights to Keep Her Kids Alive in War-Torn Syria
Raising kids in a conflict zone means dodging bombs and cooking grass when there's nothing else to eat. UNICEF is helping families survive.
Bringing Joy and COVID Health Information to Children in Syria
In Homs, Syria, kids stuck at home during the COVID-19 lockdown look forward to fun, educational visits from UNICEF-supported volunteers.
Refugees Need Our Support Now More Than Ever
Born a refugee herself, Halima Aden speaks out on behalf of the world's most vulnerable children as they face the threat of COVID-19.
From Refugee to U.S. Citizen: A Former Lost Girl Looks Back
War in South Sudan took almost everything from Rebecca Deng as a child. Today, she's a vocal champion for refugee children.
In Bangladesh, Rohingya Refugees Celebrate Ramadan
Despite the threat of the novel coronavirus, ethnic Muslim Rohingya refugees will spend their holy month fasting and praying.
Displaced by Violence, Syrian Families Celebrate Ramadan
Even as the threat of COVID-19 looms, Syrians near and far will spend Ramadan fasting, praying and hoping for better times ahead.
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.
Desperate Times for Children and Families in Syria
Escalating violence in northwest Syria amid harsh winter conditions has compounded an already dire humanitarian crisis in the country.