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Typhoon Mangkhut Leaves a Trail of Death and Destruction
Rescuers search for survivors as the storm continues northward.
Hurricane Florence Leaves More Than 500,000 Without Power
Across the globe, UNICEF responds where help is needed most. We are closely monitoring Hurricane Florence and its aftermath.
Amid Hurricanes, Parents Everywhere Focus on Preparedness
These steps can help parents and children cope with impending disaster — and mitigate damage when it arrives.
In Times of Emergency, UNICEF Steps Up
In 2017, UNICEF drew upon a 70-year history of being in the right place at the right time to help children affected by emergencies.
How to Give With Confidence in Emergencies
Even in a fast-moving emergency, it’s worth finding out whether your donation is going where it will do the most good.
Escalating Violence in Idlib Could Be Deadly for Children
Fresh waves of violence in Syria's brutal civil war will place the lives of more than 1 million children at imminent risk.
Once a Refugee, Somali-American Hamdia Ahmed Speaks Up for Migrants
Born as her family was fleeing civil war in Somalia, 20-year-old Hamdia Ahmed is determined to give back to those who are less fortunate.
UNICEF Report: 900,000 Rohingya Refugees Struggle for a Future
One year ago, close to a million Rohingya fled violence in Myanmar for Bangladesh. Now a generation of children face uncertain futures.
One Year After Harvey, UNICEF USA Is Still Supporting Houston's Kids
On the first anniversary of Houston's worst storm on record, a look at the UNICEF USA-supported response, then and now.