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Gifts Made by — and for — Extraordinary Women
Say a meaningful Happy Women's Day to the mothers, sisters and friends in your life with a gift from UNICEF Market's Empowerment Collection.
Central African Republic Child Soldiers Helped to Freedom by UNICEF
UNICEF's helping to free child soldiers and other children recruited in CAR. Learn more about the children and donate here.
A Malnourished Toddler's Recovery in Central African Republic
Once severely malnourished and near death, 3-year-old Pierre bounced back to life thanks to UNICEF and the miracle of therapeutic food.
What Is Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food?
UNICEF is the global leader in RUTF procurement, purchasing and distributing 80 percent of the world's supply.
UNICEF Funding Approved by United States Congress
Now is the time to ask your Members of Congress to maintain critical support for UNICEF in 2020.
Homemade Toys Help Refugee Children Learn
South Sudanese refugees are making their own educational toys with help from UNICEF and the LEGO Foundation.
Creative Play Can Help Build Children's Futures
UNICEF and LEGO have teamed up to help children around the world learn problem-solving, creativity, communication and teamwork.
UNICEF Works to Give Every Baby Born in India a Happy New Year
On New Year's Day, India welcomed more newborns than any other country. UNICEF is helping to make sure they all get the best start in life.
Fighting Menstruation Myths Keeps Girls in School
A bother, sometimes a pain — but periods don't have to be shameful, too.
In South Sudan, Teenage Girls Struggle to Break Chains of Conflict
Twice victims, girls who break free from an armed group's oppression can find themselves pariahs with no support upon their release.
Ibtihaj Muhammad Has a Calling
The first Muslim-American female Olympic medalist talks about her new children's book and her interest in helping refugees with UNICEF.
Inside the Largest Ever Humanitarian Convoy to Reach Syrian Refugees
The United Nations and Syrian Arab Red Crescent teamed up to deliver lifesaving supplies to displaced Syrians in Rukban makeshift camp.