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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
New UNICEF Report: A Harrowing Journey
Thousands of young people fleeing sub-Saharan Africa are being abused, exploited and arbitrarily detained in Libya.
UNICEF Ramps Up Relief for Myanmar Refugees
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya — mostly women and children — have fled ethnic violence for Bangladesh, and need help urgently.
Syria: Millions of Children Under Siege
Syria: millions of children under siege
Life After Harvey: Getting Houston's Children Back to School
Displaced by the storm, students and teachers need educational supplies and counseling. UNICEF USA and partners are pitching in to help.
How UNICEF Got a Low-Tech Lifeline to Teens Facing Hurricane Irma
U-Report gives kids in danger a voice — and a way to reach out for help.
How to Give With Confidence in an Emergency
Even in a fast-moving emergency, it’s worth finding out whether your donation is going where it will do the most good.
Sending Kids Back to School Packed With Potential
All kids have big plans for when they grow up. UNICEF is working hard to give them the tools they need to achieve their goals.
Water in Times of Crisis
When famine and disaster strike, clean water and sanitation prevent a cycle of disease and malnutrition.
Child Crisis in Nigeria: More Children Used as Human Bombs
Girls and boys in northeast Nigeria are being strapped to explosives and sent to carry out deadly attacks on civilians.
Sierra Leone Mudslides: Families in Agony
Two weeks after being engulfed in a mudslide and flood, nearly 500 have died, 600 more are missing, and thousands of children need help.
"When You Have an Education, Nobody Can Take It Away from You"
UNICEF 's youngest Goodwill Ambassador, Syrian education activist Muzoon Almellehan, has a message for girls everywhere: Stay in school.
Haiti Eliminates MNT, a Killer of Mothers and Babies
At long last, UNICEF and partners have won the fight against maternal and neonatal tetanus in Haiti — and the entire Western Hemisphere.