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Two refugees, two generations, one story. Our President and CEO Caryl M. Stern urges you to watch this video.
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With UNICEF assistance, 23 primary schools have re-opened in the past few weeks alone.
Watch: UNICEF USA's CEO on Why 28 Million Children Need Your Help Now
Caryl M. Stern explains how children worldwide are under direct attack—with their lives, hopes and futures hanging in the balance.
These Filmmakers Are Helping Refugees Tell Their Stories
The Refuge Project by Magna Carta features heartbreaking accounts of loss from the front lines of the European refugee crisis.
Watch: The Needs of Refugees Have Never Been Greater — Caryl M. Stern
Our President and CEO on the refugee crisis — 28 million children have been uprooted by conflict. We must see them as CHILDREN FIRST.
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.
Keep Them Warm — UNICEF Helps Syrian Children Brace for Winter's Chill
As temperatures drop below freezing, UNICEF aims to reach 2.5 million Syrian children with warm winter gear.