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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Siege Broken, UNICEF Delivers Aid to Children of Amerli, Iraq
After two-month siege ends, a convoy brings food, water and medical supplies.
How UNICEF Helps Prevent Ebola in Liberia
On the front lines of the fight against a deadly disease.
8 Things You Need to Know About Gaza
The conflict that began on July 8 has had a huge impact on children.
One Country, One Million Malnourished Children: South Sudan Now
50,000 may die by year's end without treatment. Here's how we can help.
Sinjar's Children Are a Long Way From Home
Iraqi families are still on the run in search of safety for their children.
Infographic: Food Emergency in South Sudan
Conflict in South Sudan has turned into a severe food crisis.
Ebola in Sierra Leone —The Joy of Survivors
At the epicenter of the outbreak, 7-year-old Vandy and others are surviving the terrifying disease.
Child Migrants On the Run: Q&A with UNICEF El Salvador
Gordon Jonathan Lewis discusses the border crisis and UNICEF's efforts to protect El Salvador's children.
Violence in Iraq: Voices of Yazidi Refugees
Inside Syria's Nawrouz refugee camp, where families have fled violence in Iraq.
UNICEF USA Mourns Actor Robin Williams (1951 - 2014)
The Academy Award-winning actor was a friend of the world's children.
In Photos: Inside Gaza's Hospitals and Shelters
More than 237,000 people have taken shelter in U.N.-run schools.
Sinjar's Children Trapped, Under Attack — UNICEF Iraq Responds
Violence in northern Iraq threatens thousands of families.