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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
How UNICEF Supports and Protects Child Migrants Every Step of the Way
Children and young people are entitled to the same basic human rights wherever they are, regardless of borders.
Waiting for Peace: Yemen's Children Speak Out
Young Yemenis picked up video cameras to record children's stories of growing up in a country torn apart by war.
Empowered to End Exploitation
Human trafficking touches the lives of many, but women and girls are disproportionately impacted by exploitation worldwide.
A Special Thank-You to UNICEF Supporters From the World's Children
2019 has only just begun, but thanks to you UNICEF is off to a great start to give every child the happy new year and childhood they deserve
Survivors Care for Children Orphaned by Ebola in the DRC
The second deadliest Ebola outbreak in history has claimed 398 lives and left more than 400 children orphaned or on their own.
Leveling the Playing Field
Education can be a critical tool for addressing poverty and protecting children from forced labor, child marriage and trafficking.
Newborns Ring in the New Year With Hope and Possibility
More than 395,000 babies were born on New Year's Day. UNICEF is working to make sure all newborns live healthy, happy lives.
We Can End Child Trafficking and Forced Labor
By shopping ethically and pressing for changes to local legislation, we can curb the demand for child trafficking.
The World Has Failed to Protect Children in Conflict in 2018
UNICEF is calling on world leaders to protect the lives and futures of children growing up in countries affected by armed conflict.
Best UNICEF Photos of 2018
Ten images illustrate children's urgent needs and the impact of UNICEF's efforts to save and protect them.
Rescue and Relief Efforts Underway After Tsunami Hits Indonesia
The death toll is nearing 400 as the search for survivors continues. UNICEF is on the ground, ready to help.
K.I.N.D. Fund Scholarships Help Stop Early Marriage in Malawi
Malawian high schooler Happiness Ndawu tells MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell: "If I weren't in school I would have been married by now."