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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
UNICEF Model Mothers Lead the Way for Moms and Their Babies
Moms go to any lengths to care for their kids. But they can't always go it alone. That's when UNICEF Model Mothers step up to lend a hand.
How UNICEF Helps Mothers in Côte d'Ivoire Stay Vigilant Against HIV
Eliminating the fears that come with being pregnant and HIV positive.
In Photos: Mothers Helping Mothers Around the World
Mother love knows no bounds — just ask the dedicated moms who work with UNICEF to improve the lives of vulnerable children around the world.
In Photos: The Universal Power of a Mother's Love
Mothers will go to great lengths for their children. UNICEF helps them get there.
A Mother’s Love and UNICEF Help a Sexual Assault Survivor Move Forward
A mom with her own experience of abuse fights back to protect her daughter and break a family pattern of violence.
This Syrian Mom Won’t Let War Get in the Way of Her Children’s Future
After her husband was killed and their home destroyed, this mother built a new life for herself and her four children with UNICEF's help.
Tropical Cyclone Fani Hits India and Bangladesh
Fani put 10 million people —including 4 million children — in harm's way. UNICEF is responding to those in need.
Deadly Cyclones Are On the Rise and Climate Change Is To Blame
Climate change is exacerbating extreme weather events, and the world's most vulnerable children will bear the brunt of these disasters.
"My Friends Were in Class, But I Was Sleeping on Cardboard"
A teenager & her family left Venezuela for Brazil. UNICEF learning spaces are making the transition to a new education system less daunting.
Want to Change the World? Send a Child to Preschool.
Children enrolled in quality early learning programs do better in school, and go on to become more productive adults.
Midwives on Motorbikes Go the Distance for Indonesia's Moms
Mothers will do anything to protect their children. These midwives help make it possible.
Amilia Escaped a Deadly Militia Attack — and Became a UNICEF Midwife
After her town was invaded by armed groups, Amilia Mathew fled to Yola, Nigeria, where she cares for mothers and their babies.