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UNICEF Expands Use of Blockchain to Help Deliver for Children
With the launch of the new UNICEF Cryptocurrency Fund, UNICEF seeks new ways to harness the advantages of blockchain for humanitarian work.
Innovators Tackle Water and Sanitation Woes with UNICEF's Help
A look at some promising new solutions that are being put to the test in Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and elsewhere.
Revving the Innovation Engine
A new Sprint Support program aims to accelerate innovation in immunization programs for children.
Long-Range Drones Deliver Medical Supplies to Remote Areas of Malawi
The UNICEF Humanitarian Drone Corridor in Malawi is a testing ground for innovative drone projects that can help save lives.
UNICEF and Duke University to Team Up on Menstrual Hygiene
A new partnership aims to accelerate innovative, sustainable solutions to one of the biggest issues for adolescent girls.
How UNICEF Is Leveraging Mobile Tech to Get Results for Children
A partnership that enables digital birth registrations in Pakistan.
How UNICEF Innovates for Children
New technologies are making the difference in fending off disease, malnutrition and sexual attacks — and they're giving kids a voice.
Redesigning the Mongolian Ger to Help Solve a Health Crisis
A UNICEF-led research project aims to address an air pollution problem that puts children at risk in Ulaanbaatar.
UNICEF's Ascent Into the Drone Age
UNICEF USA talks to UNICEF's Drone Lead about his passion for UAV technology and its potential to save and improve lives.
Empowering Children in a Digital Age
As more and more young people get online, UNICEF and its tech partners explore ways to protect their rights while also keeping them safe.