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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Famine Crisis: How Quick Action Will Save Lives
The swift delivery of therapeutic food, clean water and health care will mean the difference for severely malnourished children.
After the Hurricane: How UNICEF Worked to Stop Cholera in Haiti
UNICEF and its partners fought to stop the spread of a life-threatening disease in the aftermath of a disaster.
Famine Threatens 2.5 Million Children in Africa and the Middle East
Time is running out for the world to save children from deadly hunger caused by brutal war, displacement and drought.
South Sudan's Child Refugees: Portraits from the Crisis in Uganda
Uganda's refugee policies are among the world's most compassionate, but South Sudanese fleeing war may overwhelm this small country.
Super Dads Around the World
For Father's Day, UNICEF USA salutes caring dads and the children they love.
6 Ways the Fight Against Polio Is Transforming Global Health
Innovative methods and a disease-fighting infrastructure developed to end polio are creating lasting impact in other areas of public health.
Water — The Key to Life as It Flows Back Into Eastern Mosul
Iraq Report: As fighting escalates, UNICEF emergency water is essential for families and children in liberated sections of war-torn Mosul.
How a Changing Climate Hurts Children and Contributes to Famine
Famine and food crises are threatening the lives of millions of children. The effects of climate change are playing a significant role.
How Do Students Deliver 2 Million Packets of Miracle Food? Kid Power!
When NYC 5th graders got active to save lives along with more than 170,000 other students across the country, the results were astounding.
Thirsting for a Future: Water and Children in a Changing Climate
The effects of climate change intensify risks for the world's most vulnerable children.
See What People Are Saying About UNICEF Kid Power This Month
From P!NK, Tyson Chandler and Ashley Eckstein to ordinary kids around the nation, thousands of Americans are getting active and saving lives
"Continued U.S. Funding for UNICEF Is Critical" — Caryl M. Stern
Children around the world urgently need our help. Please contact Congress today and advocate for continued U.S. funding for UNICEF.