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COVID-19 and the Holidays: How to Reduce Your Family's Risk
Health tips and advice to help you make wise decisions and keep loved ones safe this holiday season.
Inside Look: What's Really At Stake for Migrant Children and Families
Q&A with UNICEF Migration Program Specialist Rhonda Fleischer, who explains the intricacies of UNICEF's work in the United States.
Crisis in Afghanistan: UNICEF's Manuel Fontaine Explains
The Director of UNICEF’s Office of Emergency Programs reports on the urgent and growing needs of children: "There is no time to waste."
As Omicron Spreads, Africa Needs COVID-19 Vaccines. COVAX Is the Key.
World leaders must prioritize COVID-19 vaccines for Africa, where just 6 percent of the population is vaccinated.
Situation Grows Increasingly Desperate for Children in South Sudan
UNICEF is scaling its humanitarian response — but more support is needed to save and protect children from malnutrition and other threats.
In a Yemeni IDP Camp, a Volunteer Dad Shares COVID Safety Guidance
Providing communities with health and hygiene information people can trust is an important part of UNICEF's work to end the pandemic.
Childhood in the 21st Century: Insights from a UNICEF/Gallup Poll
Young people are optimistic about the future yet far from complacent. These and other findings of a multigenerational, international survey.
UNICEF Is Working to Keep Syria's Children Safe and Warm This Winter
As temperatures plummet, UNICEF and partners are delivering warm winter clothes to protect children in Syria. You can help.
Injured by a Land Mine, 17-Year-Old Ibrahim Can Walk Again in Yemen
A landmine took Ibrahim's legs. At a UNICEF-supported prosthetic center in Aden, Yemen, he received new limbs and hope for the future.
A Lifeline for Aseel, a Severely Malnourished 2-Year-Old in Yemen
Ali Mohammad lost his two young children to acute malnutrition in Yemen. With support from UNICEF, his nephew is getting the help he needs.
Affected by Conflict in Northern Ethiopia: 3 Children's Stories
Three children growing up in Afar, Amhara and Tigray share their hopes for peace, education and a better future.
A New Hurdle in the Race to Vaccinate the World: a Syringe Shortage
A looming lack of syringes threatens to make it harder for COVAX to get COVID-19 vaccines into arms in 2022. UNICEF proposes a solution.