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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
UNICEF Responds to Mosul Crisis: 4 Things You Need to Know
The battle to retake the city intensifies, half a million children and their families at extreme risk, UNICEF delivers water to front lines.
How UNICEF Works to Stop Tetanus, One Country at a Time
A UNICEF doctor tells how the painful disease of maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) is eliminated — one country at a time.
10 Facts You Need to Know Now About Zika
Learn how UNICEF is helping mothers and babies fight Zika worldwide as the viral epidemic spreads in the United States.
Going to School Turns Into a Nightmare for Aleppo’s Children
Four young children were killed by a mortar on their way to school. And this comes two days after another hit a school, killing five kids.
Ecuador Earthquake: Progress Made, but Children Still in Need of Aid
Six months after an earthquake rocked Ecuador, thousands of children are better off through UNICEF's support, yet challenges remain.
Hurricane Matthew: Three Ways You Can Help Children in Haiti
Torrential rains and 145 mile-per-hour winds have exposed nearly 900,000 children to disease, homelessness and malnutrition.
Hurricane Matthew in Haiti: Through a Child's Eyes
Seven-year-old Louisniva survived the storm in the battered town of Jeremie. She tells her story in this video.
Hurricane Matthew: "The worst storm Haiti has seen in decades"
UNICEF activates its disaster response plan as hurricane causes "catastrophic" damage and places millions of children at risk.
“This Storm Will Kill You” — Six Big Facts About Hurricane Matthew
Here’s what you need to know as one of the most brutal storms in recent memory reaches the U.S.
Preparing for Hurricane Matthew: UNICEF Works for Haitian Children
UNICEF Haiti: Why this storm is so dangerous and how UNICEF is working in advance of the storm to help save lives.
UNICEF Staffers Concerned for Jamaica as Hurricane Matthew Nears
As Hurricane Matthew threatens Jamiaca, UNICEF staffers tell us of the struggles faced by the country's children even in the best of times.
Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Gives Kids the Power to Change the World
Thanks to a little orange box, kids can make the world a better place.