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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Mustafa, a Syrian Teenager, Finds a New Home and a New Life
Fleeing Syria's brutal civil war, Mustafa, a Syrian teenager, takes a dangerous journey to a brighter future.
What Do Water and War Have to Do With Each Other? Tragically, a Lot
When the threats of conflict and water insecurity coincide, children's odds of survival plummet.
How the UNICEF Tap Project Brought Safe Water to Over 500,000 People
Learn about how the UNICEF Tap Project helped to save children in need all over the world by providing them access to clean water and adequate sanitation.
On the Road in Uganda—This Is the World's Fastest-Growing Refugee Camp
Refugees from South Sudan are pouring into Uganda to escape violence and famine. An up-close account of UNICEF's humanitarian response.
As March Madness Unfolds — One Basketball Team Plays for Syrian Kids
The Play for Syria team has one prize in mind: a brighter future for the country's children.
How Syria's Children Endure — Saja Tells Her Story
For six years the children of Syria have experienced devastating conflict. Hear one girl's wish for her country's future — in her own words.
She Rallied 2,500 Facebook Friends to Help Syrian Children Under Siege
This Silicon Valley entrepreneur used social media to raise over $100,000 and show how each of us can make a difference.
UNICEF USA on the Proposed Separation of Families at the Border
Statement from Caryl Stern, President and CEO, U.S. Fund for UNICEF
Trying to Heal in Haiti: Loudina's Story
UNICEF USA videographer Michelle Marrion talks about meeting Loudina, an 8-year-old Haitian girl orphaned by Hurricane Matthew.
Watch: Pati, 16, Explains Why She Risked Her Life For Her Family
Smuggling children from Africa to Europe has become a billion dollar industry. This is what happened on Pati's Journey to Italy.
As Hunger Stalks South Sudan's Children, Their Education Suffers Too
The brutal civil war has forced more than 1.8 million children out-of-school, but many are still determined to learn.
South Sudan Famine Declared: We Must Save These Children
In the world's youngest country, 5.5 million people — almost half the population — will face severe food shortages this year.