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A Day to Celebrate, Defend and Promote Child Rights
Here's a brief history of why we celebrate World Children's Day on Nov. 20 — and what it signifies for UNICEF's global mission.
Yemen's Children Dream of Peace
More than anything, Yemen's children wish the fighting would stop, so they could just be children again.
UNICEF and Johnson & Johnson: Teaming Up to Help Mothers and Children
A new $10 million commitment from Johnson & Johnson will support and train health care workers to protect mothers and children worldwide.
Delivering Health Care on the Front Lines
UNICEF and Johnson & Johnson's 30-year partnership has helped hundreds of thousands of women and children worldwide.
Saving Lives, One Toilet at a Time
Good sanitation helps keep people healthy and safe. Last year, UNICEF and partners provided more than 11 million people with basic toilets.
Nadia Murad Is Speaking Up for Victims of Sexual War Crimes
Captured and tortured by ISIS fighters at 19, Nadia Murad is giving a voice to the girls and women who share her story.
Building Schools From Recycled Plastic Waste in Côte d'Ivoire
Millions of tons of plastic waste is thrown away each year. UNICEF and partners are contributing to a cleaner environment by recycling it.
Go Blue for UNICEF on World Children's Day
UNICEF is calling on kids and adults everywhere to #GoBlue in support of children's rights on November 20.
How American Students Helped Send a Ukrainian Boy to Summer Camp
Aleksey, 14, was maimed by a grenade in Ukraine. Sixth graders in Lyons, NY held a walkathon to raise money to send him to summer camp.
A New, Fully Inclusive Playground for Syrian Refugee Children
Children of all abilities play together at a new playground in Jordan, one of the first of its kind in a refugee camp anywhere in 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.