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84% of Every $1 Spent Helps Kids
War in Syria: Children Still Suffering Profound Impacts
UNICEF's humanitarian response in and around Syria reflects deep, devastating effects of over a decade of violence and rights violations.
At Least 10,200 Children Killed or Injured in Yemen Since 2015
Wherever there is war — whether it's Yemen or Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Syria or Ukraine — it is children who suffer first and suffer the most.
Stories of Suffering, Stories of Hope: A Reflection
For her first field trip as UNICEF's Executive Director, Catherine Russell went to Pakistan and Afghanistan. A personal account.
This Ramadan, Children in Yemen Are Struggling to Survive
70 percent of Yemen's population, including 11.3 million children, need humanitarian aid. UNICEF & partners are working to save lives.
UNICEF to Afghan Authorities: Allow All Girls to Go to School
UNICEF Executive Director Catherine M. Russell urges concrete action on promises on women's and children's human rights without delay.
Emergency Relief for Children & Families in Drought-Stricken Ethiopia
UNICEF is helping families struggling for survival as a severe drought takes hold in four regions of Ethiopia. [VIDEO]
Years of Drought Pushing Families to the Brink in Ethiopia
UNICEF is working closely with local authorities to provide lifesaving assistance to families desperately in need.
UNICEF Rushing Aid to Families Hit by Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique
More than 45,000 people, including 23,000 women and children, are likely to need humanitarian assistance in the aftermath of the storm.
UNICEF in Afghanistan: Helping Families Survive Winter
Emergency supplies — warm blankets, heavy duty tarps, buckets and other items — are distributed to the most vulnerable. [VIDEO]
UNICEF Aids Families in Afghanistan With Humanitarian Cash Transfers
The emergency program provides a temporary income to help cover food, fuel and other necessities. [VIDEO]
Underwater Volcano Erupts, Plunging Tonga Into Crisis
UNICEF is working with partners to rush emergency supplies to help children & families in the remote island nation.
Child Labor Robs Children of Their Future
In Yemen, the death of his father forced 12-year-old Anas out of school and into the workforce. [VIDEO]