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Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Our Hero: My Name Is Rosemaine Jean
In Haiti, Rosemaine Jean knows how to use clean water to keep her family safe from cholera. A short film from UNICEF USA.
Safe Water in South Sudan Gives Women and Girls a New Lease on Life
UNICEF and partners restored the water treatment plant in Bentiu, South Sudan, with life-changing results for the community.
Every Child Deserves to Survive
An estimated 7,000 newborn babies die every day around the world. The vast majority of these deaths are preventable.
One World, Many Languages
ALEX AND ANI and UNICEF celebrate International Mother Language Day, and their partnership to improve multilingual education in South Asia.
The Right to Play
UNICEF is creating safe spaces for children whose lives have been disrupted by conflict in Afghanistan.
Never Underestimate the Power of Love
All children need loving care to get the best start in life. On Valentine's Day, UNICEF salutes the power of love to help children thrive.
Cash Transfers: A Safety Net for Refugee Families in Crisis
A cash transfer program organized by UNICEF and partners allows refugees to decide for themselves how best to allocate resources.
It's Time to Stop Female Genital Mutilation
FGM is a violation of girls' and women's human rights. UNICEF is fighting to end this violent practice once and for all.
We Could Not Do What We Do Without You
Thank you for helping UNICEF save lives and futures in some of the toughest places on earth.
Fleeing from Violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Armed conflict has driven more than 800,000 young people from their homes in one of the world's worst displacement crises for children.
South Africa's Techno Girls
A mentoring program is steering teenage girls into careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Going Where Help Is Needed Most
UNICEF Senior Emergency Coordinator AK Musse was a child refugee. Now he's devoted his career to helping people in crisis around the world.