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"Yemen Is One of the Worst Places on Earth to Be a Child"
In a nation gripped by famine and cholera, more than 11 million Yemeni children are in acute need of humanitarian assistance.
Why Give? Because Mothers Everywhere Have Big Hearts
We give because it's our priority to put children first — and not just our own."
Kids Take Over on #WorldChildrensDay
The children of the world are facing real problems. It's time to hear what they have to say.
Crisis in Yemen Intensifies
Relief efforts face hurdles in a country already reeling from famine and the world's biggest cholera epidemic on record.
Children in Crisis: UNICEF USA Bridge Fund Moves Fast to Save Lives
Accelerating $2 million for emergency response, the Bridge Fund provided "first funding" for UNICEF's Eastern Caribbean Office.
When disaster strikes, UNICEF delivers emergency assistance to keep children safe and healthy.
UNICEF works in more than 100 countries to improve water, sanitation and hygiene.
Education is a keystone of UNICEF's global work. Learning breaks the cycle of poverty, transforms lives & leads the way to a better future.
Puerto Rico Benefits from UNICEF USA Emergency Response Fund
After two hurricanes devastated Puerto Rico, New York State, UNICEF USA, UPS and the Bridge Fund joined forces to accelerate help.
When Kids in Houston Needed Help Quickly, The Bridge Fund Stepped In
In the aftermath of a natural disaster, children need rapid psychosocial support to develop and grow normally.
UNICEF's child-protection programs aim to make the world safe for children to reach their full potential.
Since 1990, UNICEF and partners have cut the death rate for children under 5 by 56%, saving 122 million children’s lives.