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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
When Kids in Houston Needed Help Quickly, The Bridge Fund Stepped In
In the aftermath of a natural disaster, children need rapid psychosocial support to develop and grow normally.
UNICEF's child-protection programs aim to make the world safe for children to reach their full potential.
Since 1990, UNICEF and partners have cut the death rate for children under 5 by 56%, saving 122 million children’s lives.
Each year, UNICEF USA enlists supporters from across the nation to help give voice to children around the world.
UNICEF brings hope to children and families in more than 120 countries by providing nutrition leadership and supporting nutrition programs.
Why Thai Dang, a Survivor of War and Malaria, Gives to UNICEF
UNICEF gave to Thai Dang what he needed most: medicine that saved him from malaria when he was young, and free college tuition.
Why Goodwill Ambassador Ishmael Beah Gives to UNICEF
As a child in Sierra Leone, Ishmael Beah lost everything. UNICEF helped give him back a future.
Empowering Children in a Digital Age
As more and more young people get online, UNICEF and its tech partners explore ways to protect their rights while also keeping them safe.
Why Lucy Meyer Gives to UNICEF: "Because Everyone Is Different"
Lucy Meyer, a Special Olympics gold medalist, is a tireless advocate for children of all abilities.
In Ethiopia, Girls Speak Out Against a Sexually Abusive Teacher
Everywhere, girls are saying "me too" and speaking out against sexual harassment and assault. With UNICEF's help, these girls made it stop.
Born a Rohingya, and a Refugee
In Bangladesh, a baby begins life in a camp for Rohingya refugees fleeing brutal violence in neighboring Myanmar.
Raising our Voices for #HerToo
A troubling UNICEF report and a #MeToo / #HerToo social media movement highlight the need to speak out against violence and sexual abuse.