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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
A Lifeline for Aseel, a Severely Malnourished 2-Year-Old in Yemen
Ali Mohammad lost his two young children to acute malnutrition in Yemen. With support from UNICEF, his nephew is getting the help he needs.
Affected by Conflict in Northern Ethiopia: 3 Children's Stories
Three children growing up in Afar, Amhara and Tigray share their hopes for peace, education and a better future.
A New Hurdle in the Race to Vaccinate the World: a Syringe Shortage
A looming lack of syringes threatens to make it harder for COVAX to get COVID-19 vaccines into arms in 2022. UNICEF proposes a solution.
Yemen's Community Midwives Protect the Lives of Newborns and Mothers
A UNICEF-supported midwife training program empowers health workers with practical skills and information to keep mothers and babies alive.
Social Workers Protect Children From Violence in Vietnam
In Vietnam, 68 percent of children experience some form of violence at home. UNICEF-supported social workers are working to keep kids safe.
7 Things You Should Know About Yemen's 7 Years of Conflict
Yemen's ongoing civil war has left over 11 million children in need humanitarian assistance. UNICEF is working to save lives and futures.
School Peace Clubs Help Kids Transcend Interethnic Conflict in DRC
Students in UNICEF Peace Clubs learn how to break the cycle of violence between rival groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
UNICEF, Climate Change and COP26: What's At Stake
As world leaders assemble in Glasgow, UNICEF will be there, pushing for action and greater youth involvement in climate solutions.
Five Ways UNICEF Is Taking Action Against Climate Change
UNICEF champions affordable, scalable solutions to problems caused by climate change, paving the way for a cleaner, more resilient future.
UNICEF and SAP Partner to Power Opportunities for Young People
Investing in young people's education can create a more equitable and inclusive economy and society for all.
Innovating to Keep Kids Learning During the Pandemic in Sri Lanka
Sivajini Jeyaraj's students don't have smartphones. They do have her and their community working to keep them from falling too far behind.
Peer Leaders Making a Difference in Mental Health
How UNICEF USA's partnership with the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health in New York is supporting youth mental health needs.