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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Children Are Disappearing in Bangladesh
Suspected child trafficking cases are on the rise in Cox's Bazar, where more than 900,000 Rohingya refugees are living in crowded camps.
Australia's Ferocious Wildfires Are Taking a Heavy Toll
UNICEF is working with partners to protect children traumatized by the fires, and to support solutions and policies that protect the planet.
Empowered to End Exploitation
Human trafficking touches the lives of many, but girls and women are disproportionately impacted by exploitation worldwide.
Fleeing Boko Haram, and Tricked into Sexual Exploitation
Almost one-third of all detected trafficking victims are children. The vast majority are girls. Here is one girl's story.
Preventing Human Trafficking in Humanitarian Emergencies
Armed conflict, natural disasters and political unrest often lead to increased human trafficking. Girls and women are especially vulnerable.
UNICEF's Impact in 2019: A Year in Photos
Here's a look back at some of the ways UNICEF delivered for children in 2019.
Q & A: Austyn Weiner in Senegal With UNICEF
The artist talks about what it meant to her to experience protecting children firsthand.
Torn Apart by Hurricane Irma, a Family Is Still Picking Up the Pieces
Stronger storms linked to climate change are forcing more and more families out of their homes in the Caribbean.
U.S. Government Support for UNICEF Grows
This week, federal lawmakers passed legislation to fund the U.S. Government for FY 2020 including $134 million in core resources for UNICEF.
Immigration Policies Put Migrant Families at Serious Risk of Violence
Current policies prevent families from accessing their legal right to protection in the U.S. as they seek asylum.
Afghanistan Is the World's Most Lethal War Zone for Children
After 40 years of conflict, Afghanistan is one of the most dangerous countries on the planet for a child.
Keeping Girls in School in Madagascar
In Madagascar, UNICEF's Let Us Learn program helps girls get an education and build life skills instead of dropping out to marry early.