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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
This One Basic Change to Health Clinics Could Save Millions of Lives
Improving water, sanitation and hygiene services at health care facilities could save more than 1 million mothers and newborns each year.
Yemen's Children Are Under Attack
After four years of war, blasts like the one that killed 14 Yemeni schoolchildren are hardly the only lethal threats facing families.
How UNICEF Is Leveraging Mobile Tech to Get Results for Children
A partnership that enables digital birth registrations in Pakistan.
The Power of Sports and Play
UNICEF wants all kids to have the childhoods they deserve with free rein to exercise their fundamental right to have fun getting active.
How Sport Drives Development — and Sets Kids Up for Success
A look at how physical play serves broader UNICEF goals for vulnerable children in education, protection, social inclusion and empowerment.
Immunization Under Fire
UNICEF vaccinates nearly half the world's children, including those growing up in conflict zones. But there is much more work to be done.
Alarming Global Surge of Measles Cases Is a Wake-Up Call
UNICEF and partners know there is only one way to protect children from contracting this potentially fatal disease: Vaccinate them.
Vaccines Save Lives
Measles was eliminated in the U.S. in 2000. Now it's back and on the rise, fueled by vaccine hesitancy and a lack of awareness.
Where Are Indonesia's Missing Children?
Six months after an earthquake and tsunami devastated Indonesia's Sulawesi, UNICEF is still working to reunify families torn apart.
Tales of Love and Hope on the Migration Trail
Uprooted families from Central America share their dreams, and the treasured objects they carry on their journey.
Idai Joins Yemen as One of the World's Toughest Humanitarian Crises
The World Food Program has classified Idai an emergency on a par with Yemen. Here's how UNICEF is containing the threats to children.
A Massive Vaccination Campaign Is Saving Lives in War-torn Yemen
While the U.S. reels from a resurgence of measles, communities in Yemen are mobilizing to immunize and protect their children from disease.