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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Helping Rohingya Mothers Feed Their Babies
Escaping ethnic cleansing in Myanmar, Rohingya refugees now face hunger in Bangladesh. UNICEF is there with lifesaving nutritional support.
A Mother's Day Wish for the World's Children
All mothers want the same things for their children: a safe & loving environment, a good education and the chance to pursue their dreams.
What Is Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food? It's the Malnutrition Miracle!
The specially formulated peanut paste is nothing short of a miracle for malnourished kids. UNICEF is the world's largest provider of RUTF.
A Retired Teacher Champions Women and Children Threatened by Tetanus
A leader among fundraisers in the global fight against maternal and neonatal tetanus talks about what moved her to take action.
Health Workers Get Creative to Vaccinate Hard-to-Reach Kids
During World Immunization Week 2018, we honor the men and women who are heroes in the global fight against preventable diseases.
Americans Who Never Forget: Life Without Vaccines
Three lives touched by vaccine-preventable disease, one message: don't take immunization for granted.
Anjali Nair, Student Leader, Engages Her Campus on Vaccination
When Anjali came to the University of Georgia, she founded a UNICEF Campus Club. Now, she reaches out to her community about vaccination.
May Is UNICEF Kid Power Month! Join the Movement, Fight Malnutrition
A program that invites children to get active to save lives has an empowering effect in communities across the U.S.
More than 200 Children Released by Armed Groups in South Sudan
UNICEF and partners are supporting the newly released children with medical care, counseling, education and job training.
Chemical Warfare Is Suspected in Deaths of Syrian Children
A reported poison gas attack in rebel-held Douma has killed at least 42 people in their homes and injured more than 500.
Ridding the World of Rotavirus, One Dose at a Time
See how far we've come in the fight against rotavirus, the deadliest diarrheal disease in children under five. But more needs to be done
Women Are Working Together to Support Girls Worldwide
UNICEF is partnering with women's groups like Zonta International and Dining For Women to improve the lives of girls around the world.