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Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Once a Refugee, Somali-American Hamdia Ahmed Speaks Up for Migrants
Born as her family was fleeing civil war in Somalia, 20-year-old Hamdia Ahmed is determined to give back to those who are less fortunate.
UNICEF Report: 900,000 Rohingya Refugees Struggle for a Future
One year ago, close to a million Rohingya fled violence in Myanmar for Bangladesh. Now a generation of children face uncertain futures.
How Good Menstrual Hygiene Keeps Girls in School
When schools have the right facilities and education materials, they can help girls manage their periods with dignity and confidence.
One Year After Harvey, UNICEF USA Is Still Supporting Houston's Kids
On the first anniversary of Houston's worst storm on record, a look at the UNICEF USA-supported response, then and now.
UNICEF, Sustainable Development Goals 2030 and Social Impact Investors
The UNICEF USA Bridge Fund Enables You Leverage Social Return for Children Worldwide.
Growing Up Surrounded by Violence in Central America
Extreme levels of organized crime and gang violence are facts of life for many children growing up scared in Central America.
When a Refugee Camp Becomes an Innovation Incubator
In Jordan, young people fleeing Syria's civil war are inventing ingenious solutions to problems faced by people in their community.
What I Saw at the U.S.-Mexico Border
UNICEF USA President and CEO Caryl M. Stern visited the U.S.-Mexico border to learn more about hardships faced by Central American migrants.
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.
UNICEF Has a Plan to Keep Refugee and Migrant Families Together
UNICEF is working to keep vulnerable children learning, healthy and safe.
No End in Sight: The Plight of Rohingya Refugees, One Year On
Conditions threaten to worsen in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, now home to the largest refugee camp in the world.
Art Lessons Offer Hope for Central American Migrant Children
When a young artist volunteers to work with newly arrived migrant children, they all find joy in the magic of art.