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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Five Ways Handwashing Saves Lives and Makes Children Smarter
The simple act of handwashing prevents infection, stops the spread of disease and improves educational outcomes — especially for girls.
For Every Child, Safe Water
1 in 3 people globally — about 2.2. billion — do not have access to safe drinking water. UNICEF and partners are working to change that.
Teen Reporters in Madagascar Reshape Their Community
Junior Reporters Club members are learning how to write, edit and record radio skits about issues affecting Malagasy youth.
Want to Know What Matters Most to Kids? Ask the Experts.
A UNICEF USA youth poll shows that America's next generation wants to make the world a better place — and they're ready to start now.
How UNICEF Supports Families to Prevent Child Labor in Madagascar
UNICEF's education and child protection programs focus on breaking the cycle of poverty and giving kids a brighter future.
Restoring Calm — and Hope — After the Storm
The UNICEF USA Bridge Fund accelerated $1 million to meet the urgent needs of vulnerable children and families after Hurricane Dorian.
Giving Machines Continue to Light the World
Latter-Day Saint Charities and UNICEF USA come together again to make a difference for children this holiday season.
It Takes a Village to Improve Community Sanitation and Hygiene
A UNICEF education program in western Uganda discourages open defecation and encourages handwashing at home and at school.
"We Are Americans. We Were Raised Here." A DACA Recipient's Story
In the wake of the Supreme Court decision upholding DACA, UNICEF USA's Giovana Ortiz-Barrera, herself a Dreamer, shares her story.
In Photos: Zonta's 100 Years Empowering Women and Girls
As Zonta International celebrates its centennial year, a look back at Zonta's historic partnership with UNICEF USA.
UNICEF Stands With Dreamers and TPS Recipients
Join UNICEF in urging Congress to pass legislation that will allow Dreamers and those with TPS status to remain in the U.S.
As Devastating Floods Hit South Sudan, UNICEF Is There to Help
Abnormally severe seasonal flooding in East Africa has left more than 1 million people in urgent need of assistance.