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Education & Schools
In Photos, 10 Classrooms From Around the World
UNICEF is helping children in 155 countries get the quality education they deserve. Here, a look inside schools around the world.
K.I.N.D. Fund Scholarships Help Stop Early Marriage in Malawi
Malawian high schooler Happiness Ndawu tells MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell: "If I weren't in school I would have been married by now."
The K.I.N.D. Fund Helps Girls in Malawi Stay in School
UNICEF and Lawrence O'Donnell's K.I.N.D. Fund gave 15-year-old aspiring doctor Joyce Chisale the power — and platform — to change her world.
Teachers Change the World, One Child at a Time
On World Teachers' Day, UNICEF salutes dedicated and caring teachers around the world.
Words Open Worlds: Literacy Has the Power to Change Young Lives
UNICEF is dedicated to making sure all children learn to read, so they can look forward to a brighter future.
How Good Menstrual Hygiene Keeps Girls in School
When schools have the right facilities and education materials, they can help girls manage their periods with dignity and confidence.
Teaching Social and Emotional Skills to Children in Papua New Guinea
UNICEF and the government of Papua New Guinea team up with partners like ALEX AND ANI to train early childhood educators.
Women Are Working Together to Support Girls Worldwide
UNICEF is partnering with women's groups like Zonta International and Dining For Women to improve the lives of girls around the world.
Making the World a Better Place
Built on small acts of kindness and moments of bravery, these books inspire children to become young humanitarians.