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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Orlando Bloom Visits Out-of-School Kids in Conflict-Torn Ukraine
The UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador urges help for children whose educations have been interrupted.
MNT Milestone: A Deadly Disease Eliminated in Indonesia
A country has eliminated the preventable scourge of maternal and neonatal tetanus — but in 20 more, the battle continues.
Nepal: The Fight to Rebuild After the Earthquakes
A look at how Nepal is doing a year after two major earthquakes seriously damaged the country.
GET ACTIVE. SAVE LIVES®. With UNICEF Kid Power!
Learn how the UNICEF Kid Power activity band — the world's first Wearable-For-Good® — lets kids help end global malnutrition.
Shaken But Holding On: Finding Geeta’s Future in Post-Earthquake Nepal
How UNICEF is overcoming obstacles to deliver aid and help the country's children rebuild their lives.
Five of the Most Courageous Mothers You'll Ever Meet
Personal accounts from the front lines of motherhood in five different countries.
How UNICEF Sent Akriti Back to School After the 2015 Nepal Earthquakes
When severe malnutrition threatened Akriti, UNICEF offered her lifesaving treatment; now she’s back in the classroom.
An Immunization Campaign Begins in Syria Amid Violence
Conflict is the biggest obstacle to vaccinating children. Recent attacks make reaching at-risk youth more urgent.
Infographic: 1.5 Million Kids Don't Get the Vaccines They Need. Why?
Millions of children all over the world aren't getting the vaccines they need. Why?
A Conversation with Kiwanis International President Sue Petrisin
Sue Petrisin talks about what it takes to eliminate the deadly disease of maternal and neonatal tetanus worldwide.
How to Close the Immunization Gap? Summon the Spirit of Jim Grant
Two decades after the death of UNICEF's visionary leader, the solution may well lie in the answer to the question 'What would Jim Grant do?'
Ecuador Earthquake — How to Help Children and Families Today
Powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake leaves hundreds dead. Aid is arriving now. Please support UNICEF's relief efforts.