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Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Your Zakat Helps UNICEF Save and Protect Rohingya Children
Monsoon season brings fresh hardships for families already on the brink in Bangladesh. With your support, UNICEF is there to help.
How Your Zakat Helps UNICEF Protect Yemen's Most Vulnerable Children
In Yemen, an Emergency Cash Transfer Project is helping 1.5 million families cover basic food, health, nutrition and education needs.
With Your Zakat, UNICEF Is Helping Children Survive the Syrian Crisis
Here are some ways generous donor support helps give hope to children growing up in the shadow of conflict.
Revving the Innovation Engine
A new Sprint Support program aims to accelerate innovation in immunization programs for children.
Tens of Thousands of Children in Syria's Al-Hol Camp Need Help Now
Unwanted, exploited and abused: UNICEF is providing lifesaving assistance to children stuck in limbo in the Syrian desert.
Family-Friendly Policies: A Winning Investment for Children & Society
In Bangladesh, UNICEF is supporting workplace early childhood centers to help parents give their children a healthy start in life.
Ebola Crisis in DRC Declared a Public Health Emergency
UNICEF and partners are on the ground working to stop the deadly outbreak in the embattled Democratic Republic of Congo.
Survivors Care for Children Orphaned by Ebola in the DRC
Nearly 1,700 people — almost one-third of them children — have died since the outbreak began.
Celebrating the Passage of H.R. 2615
UNICEF USA applauds the U.S. House of Representatives for showing bipartisan unity today in passing H.R. 2615.
A Youth Job Skills Program Is Building Futures in Bangladesh
Young Rohingya refugees and members of the host community in Bangladesh are learning valuable life skills to lift them out of poverty.
Karla Gallo, Defender of Migrant Children Traveling Alone
UNICEF is stationed on the routes migrant children travel to protect them — especially those who are on their own — and their rights.
Heavy Monsoon Rains Drench Rohingya Refugee Camps in Bangladesh
Thousands of children and families are at risk from flooding and landslides. UNICEF is on the ground providing urgently needed assistance.