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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Karla Gallo, Defender of Migrant Children Traveling Alone
UNICEF is stationed on the routes migrant children travel to protect them — especially those who are on their own — and their rights.
Heavy Monsoon Rains Drench Rohingya Refugee Camps in Bangladesh
Thousands of children and families are at risk from flooding and landslides. UNICEF is on the ground providing urgently needed assistance.
How UNICEF Helps Young Migrants in Central America, Mexico & the U.S.
FAQs: Here's how UNICEF and UNICEF USA are working to support and protect migrating children every step of the way.
Thank You for Standing Up for the World's Children
UNICEF is committed to saving and protecting the world's most vulnerable children. Sustained support from caring donors makes that possible.
UNICEF Is Mobilizing To Protect Migrant Children in the U.S.
Building on decades of experience around the world, UNICEF is standing up for the rights of children seeking sanctuary in the U.S.
A Girl's Death Spotlights the Dangers Facing Migrant Children
A toddler dies on the border as reports of migrant children held in unsafe U.S. facilities spark demands for action to keep children safe.
A Deep Dive Into Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
New research presents a global picture of who has access to safe services — and who doesn't — revealing persistent inequalities.
Jacqueline Tchebemou: Saving CAR's "Forgotten" Malnourished Children
This UNICEF-supported doctor is in a race against time to help Central African Republic children beat the deadly yet treatable condition.
Long-Range Drones Deliver Medical Supplies to Remote Areas of Malawi
The UNICEF Humanitarian Drone Corridor in Malawi is a testing ground for innovative drone projects that can help save lives.
Building Toilets and Educating Girls About Menstruation In India
Trained as masons for a sanitation project, women in Jharkhand are changing the conversation about gender roles and girls' futures.
A Path to Protection for Uprooted Kids in Mexico
It took about a year, but Mario, a teen from El Salvador, was eventually recognized as a refugee by the government thanks to UNICEF.
Children Uprooted: The Things They Carried
Child migrants and refugees have to leave almost everything behind. A treasured object from home can help preserve memories — and hope.