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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
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.
Five Ways UNICEF Is Taking Action Against Climate Change
UNICEF champions affordable, scalable solutions to problems caused by climate change, paving the way for a cleaner, more resilient future.
The Convention on the Rights of the Child — Still Critical 30 Years On
Happy Anniversary to the Convention on the Rights of the Child — still a powerful guiding force behind UNICEF's work.
The World's Children Need Clean Water, Clean Air and a Safe Climate
Climate change has the potential to undermine most of the gains made in child survival and development over the past 30 years.
'Everything Is Destroyed': Dorian Survivors Face a Grueling Recovery
The clock is ticking for the 68,000 people who've lost their homes, loved ones and livelihoods. Here's how UNICEF and you can help.
A Struggle for Survival in the Bahamas After Hurricane Dorian
Homes, schools and whole neighborhoods lie in ruins. Survivors need safe water, sanitation and more. UNICEF is there to help.
UNICEF Is Helping Build a Better Future in Honduras
Violence forces families and children to flee Honduras every day. UNICEF is working to make the country safer for all.
1.5 Tons of UNICEF Supplies Land in Dorian-Devastated Bahamas
As families struggle to cope amid the ruins, the delivery of safe water supplies will meet the most urgent needs of mothers and children.
How UNICEF Gets Vital Supplies to Where They're Needed Most
It takes 48 -72 hours for emergency items to reach children and families in need. A look at the impact of UNICEF's supply operation in 2018.
Hurricane Dorian Devastates the Bahamas and Bears Down on the U.S.
The storm has left communities reeling, as those still in its path brace themselves. UNICEF is there to help families, as needed.
Why Literacy Matters
Learning to read and write is a game changer for children. That's why UNICEF works to provide learning opportunities in 144 countries.
Fleeing Climate Change
Children lose more than shelter when they're forced to leave home. They lose health care, education — and sometimes, their lives.