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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
The Caveat to the Americas' Victory Against Measles: Keep Vaccinating
Measles elimination in The Americas is great news — but it doesn't mean the disease is gone for good.
Spread the News! Vaccines Save 3 Million Kids' Lives a Year
For Immunization Week 2017, learn why vaccines are one of the effective ways to ensure children around the world can survive and thrive.
In Jamaica, Local Heroes Help Kids Build Safer Futures
When a child's life is endangered, a mentor can make all the difference. Two short films show how kids can reclaim their childhoods.
UNICEF First Person: A Lifeline Reaches Syrians Amidst Sniper Deaths
"The 7-year-old girl shot by a sniper while getting water. The 9-year-old fatally slashed by shrapnel. I never get used to it."
Horror Upon Horror: Gas Attacks Are Killing Syria's Children
The brutal Syrian war continues to target the youngest and most vulnerable.
How UNICEF Helped Save Millions of Children's Lives Last Year
Impact and innovation take the lead in UNICEF USA's Annual Report 2016 — from stopping tetanus to speeding up medical testing with drones.
Yemen's War Leaves 10 Million Young Lives Falling Through the Cracks
UNICEF issues an urgent appeal: stop this war, scale-up humanitarian aid.
Mustafa, a Syrian Teenager, Finds a New Home and a New Life
Fleeing Syria's brutal civil war, Mustafa, a Syrian teenager, takes a dangerous journey to a brighter future.
What Do Water and War Have to Do With Each Other? Tragically, a Lot
When the threats of conflict and water insecurity coincide, children's odds of survival plummet.
How the UNICEF Tap Project Brought Safe Water to Over 500,000 People
Learn about how the UNICEF Tap Project helped to save children in need all over the world by providing them access to clean water and adequate sanitation.
On the Road in Uganda—This Is the World's Fastest-Growing Refugee Camp
Refugees from South Sudan are pouring into Uganda to escape violence and famine. An up-close account of UNICEF's humanitarian response.
As March Madness Unfolds — One Basketball Team Plays for Syrian Kids
The Play for Syria team has one prize in mind: a brighter future for the country's children.