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Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
A Hero Worker Fights COVID-19 One Day at a Time in Uganda
Keeping health centers clean is more important than ever during a pandemic. Chief Hygienist Yusto Katahoire is on the front lines.
Dangerous Routes, Expulsion: the Plight of Haiti's Child Migrants
As children and women trying to get to the U.S. are swiftly returned to Port-au-Prince, UNICEF is responding to their needs.
A 'Passport' to Educational Opportunity for Girls in Jordan
Developed by UNICEF and partners, the Learning Passport helps marginalized children and young people access remote education.
Training Helps Ecuador's Teachers Respond to Kids' Mental Health Needs
Four out of ten students in Ecuador report feeling more anxious and stressed since the start of the pandemic.
COVID-19 Vaccines Mean a Safe Return to Normal Life in Nepal
47-year-old Damara Bham remembers a time before vaccines in remote far western Nepal, when children died and no one knew why.
Acute Food Insecurity Looms for Millions in Afghanistan
Half of all children under 5 in Afghanistan are likely to suffer from acute malnutrition by the end of the year.
Fighting Anxiety and Depression in Peru: One Teen's Story
UNICEF supports community-based mental health care for children and adolescents like 14-year-old Andre in Lima, Peru.
Getting Students Back to School in Haiti After an Earthquake
About 300,000 children in southwestern Haiti are gradually returning to school as UNICEF and partners work to get students back to learning.
UNICEF Stresses Mental Health in State of the World's Children Report
UNICEF USA joins UNICEF in calling for action to promote good mental health for every child.
Fed to Fail? UNICEF Report Shows Global Crisis in Children’s Diets
Millions of children are at risk of irreversible harm due to poor nutrition during their early — and most critical — years of life.
After an Earthquake, a Mother's Nightmare in Haiti
A mother struggles to keep going after a terrible loss in Haiti, where UNICEF is working to provide basic services and emergency assistance.
Majority Expelled to Haiti From U.S. Border Are Children and Women
UNICEF is concerned about Haitian families being transported from the U.S. border to Haiti, and working to provide them with basic services.