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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Peek Inside UNICEF's Massive Supply Warehouse in Copenhagen
A big reason UNICEF can ship emergency supplies anywhere in the world in 48 to 72 hours: this place.
DACA and the Agonizing Waiting Game
The future of 700,000 Dreamers remains in limbo as the courts and lawmakers deliberate their fate.
Humanitarian Aid Convoy Reaches 50,000 Displaced Syrians
The situation is dire for families trapped in the Syrian desert. An interagency convoy is delivering badly needed supplies and medical care.
Bringing Light to India's Forgotten Children
UNICEF's Project Lion is working to provide a better future for children growing up in residential care in India.
Yemen Is a "Living Hell for Children"
Every 10 minutes, a child in Yemen dies of preventable causes, including malnutrition. UNICEF and partners need your help to save lives now.
UNICEF and Prudential Financial Team Up to Build Global Resilience
Through catalytic investment & innovative strategic planning, Prudential is pioneering new approaches to humanitarian and development work.
Migrant and Refugee Children Need Help Urgently
UNICEF is on the ground, providing protection, clean water, sanitation and hygiene supplies.
What You Need to Know About Child Marriage in the U.S.
Marrying before age 18 is harmful and should be banned with no exceptions. UNICEF is working to end it, in the U.S. and around the world.
Six Ways Yemen Is in Crisis
Some of the world's most vulnerable children are watching their homeland crumble.
With Yemen on the Brink of Collapse, a Call for an End to the Horrors
UNICEF Executive Director Fore urges swift action to save and protect Yemen's children.
Six Things You Should Know About Yemen's Deepening Humanitarian Crisis
Three years of intense civil war have pushed underdeveloped, overlooked Yemen to the brink of collapse. Peace is the only way forward.
Signs of Hope in Bangladesh
UNICEF USA board member Dolores Rice Gahan reflects on her recent visit to a Rohingya refugee camp.