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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
How UNICEF Is Fighting Malnutrition in Yemen
This year alone, nearly 2.3 million children under the age of 5 in Yemen are likely to suffer from acute malnutrition.
Cleaner Toilets Help Cut the Number of Coronavirus Cases in India
Since UNICEF began community toilet clean-ups in Mumbai's overcrowded neighborhoods, Fiza, 11, no longer dreads going to the bathroom.
5 Ways Safe Water, Sanitation & Hygiene Change Children's Lives
Water is the key to improving children's health and better educational outcomes.
Alone Together: Young Artists Create Community Despite Coronavirus
Isolated at home, teenage photographers around the world are joining forces online to share their work and their hopes for the future.
Working Together to End Racism Against Asian Americans
During this global crisis, it's more important than ever that we all remain in solidarity with one another.
Tapping Into Safe Water in Guinea
UNICEF's Water for Guinea project is making safe water more accessible in vulnerable communities — a mission that's more critical than ever.
5 Ways to Fight Racism and Xenophobia
Coronavirus fears are fueling a rise in intolerance and hate crimes. Now is the time to speak out against racism and hate speech.
Looking Back at a Wartime Childhood in Syria
Caught in a bomb attack in Aleppo years ago, 18-year-old Saja's resilient spirit helped her survive, and hold fast to her dreams.
A Year of COVID-19 Inflames Displaced Syrian Kids' Wounds of War
As a decade of violence, economic crisis and now COVID-19 pushes families to the brink, 90 percent of Syria's children need support.
Inside Look: Welcoming Asylum Seekers in San Diego
A Q&A with Jewish Family Service about their team's legal and advocacy work for families seeking asylum in the United States.
Kids Born Into Syria's Decade-Long Civil War Need Help Now
Since the start of the Syrian civil war, UNICEF has been working to meet the needs of children and families struggling to survive.
UNICEF Supporters Reflect on Advocating for the World’s Children
The COVID-19 pandemic won’t stop UNICEF’s fiercest advocates from making their voices heard in the halls of Congress.