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Super Typhoon Haiyan Strikes the Philippines
Typhoon Haiyan brought relentless winds and a catastrophic storm surge.
Giorgio Armani Fragrances’ Acqua for Life Campaign Celebrates Five Years
Happy fifth birthday, Acqua for Life!
Put Down Your Phone, Save a Child's Life
Just 10 minutes unlocks one day of clean, safe drinking water for a child.
New Report on the World’s Most Urgent Children’s Crises
Funding needed now for Syria, South Sudan and the Central African Republic.
Infographic: Crisis in South Sudan
Mass displacement has worsened the country's struggle for basic needs.
The Rush to Aid 700,000 South Sudanese Before Rainy Season
UNICEF Emergency Programs Director Ted Chaiban visits South Sudan.
South Sudan: As Many as 6 Million People Need Help
UNICEF’s Executive Director Anthony Lake addresses the South Sudan crisis.
More than 500 Syrian Children Evacuated from Homs
Civilians were evacuated—but many more remained trapped.
UNICEF Opens Classrooms for Children in CAR
UNICEF has been providing supplies since the conflict reached crisis levels.
Violence in the Central African Republic: UNICEF Call Interrupted
Violence interrupts our call with UNICEF's CAR country office.
UNICEF's Anthony Lake: Central African Republic at a "Tipping Point"
UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake: "It could go over the edge."
Texas Students Support Typhoon Haiyan Relief Efforts
Students in San Antonio raised $4,000 for Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts.