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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Giving Joy By Design
Why ALEX AND ANI teamed up with UNICEF to give 6,000 toddlers a better start in Cambodia, Papua New Guinea and Vietnam.
When "Going for Great" Means Giving Hope
American Airlines flight attendants who have collected donations for UNICEF travel to Nicaragua to find out where the money goes.
After Years of Civil War, Child Marriage Is on the Rise in Yemen
In a nation on the brink of social collapse, a campaign to protect girls from early marriage stalls.
A Syrian Refugee Family Starts Over in Berlin
"Our aim was to come here, feel peace and feel safe."
Growing Up in a Digital Age
The internet and social media empower kids to speak up and take action. Learn more in UNICEF's State of the World's Children report 2017.
Good News for Moms and Babies: the Philippines Has Eliminated MNT
UNICEF and partners combined education and immunization to fight maternal neonatal tetanus, an excruciating, completely preventable disease.
Waiting for an HIV Diagnosis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
The DRC is home to 42,000 children living with HIV, many of whom do not know their status. That's why access to testing is so critical.
Video: Help — and Hope — for Rohingya Children in Crisis
How UNICEF and partners are working to address the urgent needs of Rohingya refugee children and their families.
"Yemen Is One of the Worst Places on Earth to Be a Child"
In a nation gripped by famine and cholera, more than 11 million Yemeni children are in acute need of humanitarian assistance.
Why Give? Because Mothers Everywhere Have Big Hearts
We give because it's our priority to put children first — and not just our own."
Kids Take Over on #WorldChildrensDay
The children of the world are facing real problems. It's time to hear what they have to say.
Crisis in Yemen Intensifies
Relief efforts face hurdles in a country already reeling from famine and the world's biggest cholera epidemic on record.