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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
For World AIDS Day, A Promise That Can — And Must — Be Kept
Every two minutes, a teenager is infected with HIV. But Livey believes an AIDS-free generation is possible. Watch her story.
UNICEF Responds to Mosul Crisis: Four Things You Need to Know
Almost half of the city's children and families have been cut off from clean water after a major pipeline is destroyed.
Stand for Hope: Three Ways You Can Help Children This Giving Season
Investing in our children means a brighter future for all. This giving season, stand with us to give every child hope.
On This Holiday, Here's What We Are Thankful For
We're thankful to each and every supporter who believes, as we do, that investing in our children means a brighter future for all.
On World Toilet Day, What's the State of Sanitation in Madagascar?
UNICEF's Silvia Gaya: How to help 1 million people who are vulnerable to disease because of a lack of clean water and sanitation.
Hurricane Matthew: Three Ways You Can Help Children in Haiti
The worst storm in a decade exposed nearly 900,000 children to disease, homelessness and malnutrition.
Rising Air Pollution Is Killing the World's Most Vulnerable Children
Pneumonia is the single leading cause of death among young children, but we can all play a part in preventing it.
10 Facts You Need to Know Now About Zika
Learn how UNICEF is helping mothers and babies fight Zika worldwide as the viral epidemic spreads in the United States.
The Greeting Card Contest That Invites Kids to Help Kids
When kids enter the Pier 1 Imports/UNICEF Greeting Card Contest, they continue a tradition that began back in 1949.
How Long Does It Take to Get Water? For Aysha, Eight Hours a Day
Worldwide, women and girls spend 200 million hours every day collecting water.
The Malnutrition Miracle: What Is Ready-To-Use Therapeutic Food?
The specially formulated peanut paste is nothing short of a miracle for malnourished children.
A Generation Made to Fight: Saving South Sudan's Child Soldiers
UNICEF helped free 1,775 children in 2015, but fears that growing violence is fueling a new surge in recruitment.