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Inside Look: How COVID-19 Further Endangers Migrant Kids in Mexico
UNICEF USA talks to Deputy Rep Pressia Arafin-Cabo about protecting vulnerable children on the move in the midst of a global pandemic.
Record Flooding in Vietnam Leaves 2.5M Children at Risk
The worst flooding in decades has displaced families and left over 1 million people in need of water, sanitation & hygiene support.
Keeping Children in Jordan Warm, Fed and Learning This Winter
UNICEF has launched a $6 million winter appeal to meet the needs of children — including Syrian refugees — living on the edge in Jordan.
UNICEF Acts to Help Ethiopian Refugees in Sudan
As more and more people flee Ethiopia's embattled Tigray region, UNICEF calls for support to help keep vulnerable children safe.
Five Years of War + Pandemic Sends Yemen's Malnutrition Rates Soaring
Yemen's malnutrition crisis prompts UNICEF to issue an urgent appeal for support. Nearly 325,000 young lives are on the line.
Hurricane Iota Batters Central America
Already reeling from Hurricane Eta just weeks ago, children & families in the region are struggling to recover from a second deadly storm.
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.
Families Take Shelter as Hurricane Eta Slams Nicaragua & Honduras
UNICEF and partners are working to protect children and families displaced by the storm, with prepositioned supplies and safety measures.
Flooding and Conflict Drive Families From their Homes in South Sudan
Children in South Sudan face a double threat: climate change-related floods and rising levels of violence between armed groups.
Inside Look: Coping With COVID-19 in El Salvador
A conversation with UNICEF El Salvador about supporting returning migrants and other vulnerable kids in the country during the pandemic.
Community Health Workers Are Yemen's Superheroes
UNICEF and the European Union are supporting a network of community health workers and primary health care facilities across Yemen.
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.