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Children in Conflict
Amidst the Rubble, Aleppo's Kids Are Heading Back to School
With UNICEF assistance, 23 primary schools have re-opened in the past few weeks alone.
After Years of Conflict, Schools Reopen and Hope Returns to Fallujah
Six months ago, 85,000 people fled the city as battles raged. Today, kids are studying again in Fallujah's schools.
For the Children of Nigeria, a Chance to Learn and Thrive
More than a 100,000 children living under threat of Boko Haram are back in school with UNICEF's help.
Report from Aleppo: Displaced Children & Families Huddle in Jibreen
UPDATE: 40,000 people have been displaced within and from the area. Half of them are children.
Ishmael Beah Gives Hope to Children Trapped in Conflict
As a child in Sierra Leone, Ishmael Beah lost everything. UNICEF helped give him back a future.
UNICEF Responds to Mosul Crisis: Four Things You Need to Know
A convoy carrying UNICEF aid reaches the city in the largest distribution to date.
Going to School Turns Into a Nightmare for Aleppo’s Children
Four young children were killed by a mortar on their way to school. And this comes two days after another hit a school, killing five kids.
Syria Under Siege: A Convoy Gets Through to a Town Under Attack
UNICEF Syria's Mirna Yacoub rode with the inter-agency convoy delivering desperately-needed humanitarian aid.
Children of Aleppo Are Trapped in a "Living Nightmare"
Medical staff in Aleppo are trying to save the lives of children in unimaginable circumstances.