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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
The Fight to End Child Marriage
In the past decade, 25 million child marriages have been prevented. But there is more work to be done.
Making the World a Better Place
Built on small acts of kindness and moments of bravery, these books inspire children to become young humanitarians.
New Appropriations Act Signals Big Wins for Kids
U.S. lawmakers maintain support for UNICEF and other critical programs for children with the passage of the 2018 spending bill.
In Times of Emergency, UNICEF Steps Up
As the lead humanitarian agency for children in emergencies, UNICEF has a 70-year history of being in the right place at the right time.
Students Are Calling Out for a Safer Future. UNICEF Is Listening.
UNICEF supports the right of all children to have safe and happy childhoods, and to have their voices heard.
Beyoncé, Gucci & UNICEF USA Are Bringing Clean, Safe Water to Burundi
CHIME FOR CHANGE, BEYGOOD4BURUNDI and UNICEF USA are improving water and sanitation in the landlocked East African nation.
Safe, Clean Water Is the Key to Life for Rohingya Refugees
Fleeing a military crackdown in Myanmar, the Rohingya face a new danger in Bangladesh: waterborne diseases.
A Rohingya Girl Tells How Her Family Escaped Violence in Myanmar
12-year-old Umme and her family fled to Bangladesh. Now the monsoon season has begun, bringing new dangers.
A New Crisis Looms for Rohingya Refugees: Monsoon Season
A wave of unprecedented violence drove them from their homes in Myanmar. Now they face landslides and flooding in Bangladesh.
A Syrian Refugee Asks, "Are My Friends Still Alive?"
After seven years of civil war, UNICEF's youngest Goodwill Ambassador, Muzoon Almellehan, pleads "Don't give up on Syria."
Devastated by War, Syria's Children Dream of Peace
7 years of indiscriminate attacks and bombings have left a generation of Syrian children displaced, disabled and hoping for a better future.
How UNICEF USA Is Building a Coalition for Children's Rights
UNICEF USA supporters convened on Capitol Hill in March to ensure that the U.S. maintains its support for UNICEF's lifesaving programs.