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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Helping Those Who Need It Most in Puerto Rico
After Hurricane Maria, millions are still without power or water. UNICEF USA is pitching in to get supplies to the most vulnerable.
#MeToo Sparks a Global Conversation on Violence Against Girls & Women
UNICEF supports the right of all girls and women to live a life free of sexual harassment and assault.
When the Hurricanes Hit, UNICEF and Google Joined Forces to Help
In emergencies, UNICEF and Google share expertise to provide information and assistance where it's needed most.
Already an Inspiration for Girls Everywhere, Malala Is Off to Oxford
On a recent visit to Nigeria with UNICEF, Malala urged the country's leaders to make girls' education a priority.
Getting Kids Back to School in Iraq
A report from West Mosul as schools reopen with UNICEF's help.
Weeks After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Is Struggling to Survive
Power is out, food and water are in short supply. UNICEF USA is mobilizing to help Puerto Ricans in their darkest hour.
Helping Children Heal from the Seen and Unseen Scars of War
CNN journalist Arwa Damon's nonprofit, INARA, provides life-changing medical care for ill and injured children growing up in conflict zones.
Haiti After Matthew
When it comes to natural disasters, Haiti ranks 5th most vulnerable in the world. How UNICEF is helping to reduce the risks for children.
"What Could Be Better Than Being Scary Good?"
R.L. Stine, author of the creepy "Goosebumps" books, on the power of Trick-or-Treating — and the monster lurking in his garage!
UNICEF NextGen Works to Save and Protect Young Migrants in Mexico
After a special mission to meet migrant children in Mexico, UNICEF Next Generation got busy fundraising. And then the earthquakes hit.
"I Won't Sit on the Sidelines"
A daughter of the Caribbean recalls Hurricane Hugo — and vows to do all she can to help those devastated by this year's devastating storms.
Letter from Puerto Rico After the Storm
"For my generation, hurricane season was nothing more than an excuse to miss school for a couple of days. Then Hurricane Maria hit."