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Educating Syria's Next Generation
Displaced by Syria's 8-year-long civil war, young students resume their educations with help from UNICEF and Educate A Child.
Meningitis: Symptoms, Treatment and Other Facts You Need To Know
What you need to know about meningitis, and how UNICEF is working to protect children from the devastating disease.
Citizenship in the World Badge for Boy Scouts
UNICEF USA and Boy Scouts of Metro Atlanta joined forces to engage over 100 scouts on the importance of global citizenship.
UNICEF Chief: Protecting Mozambique’s Children Is a Race Against Time
Executive Director Henrietta Fore warns that the plight of 1 million children affected by Cyclone Idai will get worse before it gets better.
Cyclone Idai: UNICEF Helps Families in Malawi Keep Their Children Safe
Anne Joseph believes it was divine intervention that saved her family from the dangerous floodwaters that rushed through her village, in southern Malawi's Nsanje district.
Here's a Way to Support Every Child's Right to Clean, Safe Water
Today, billions of people struggle to manage without safe water — in their homes, workplaces, farms and in their children’s schools.
Surviving the Rwandan Genocide
“I suffered, I strived to survive, I now thrive and live to make a difference in my generation”
UNICEF Supplies Are On the Ground in Mozambique
43 tons of emergency supplies. That’s how much lifesaving relief UNICEF has packed up and shipped out to help families in Beira, Mozambique, who’ve lost everything to Cyclone Idai.
Bringing Safe, Clean Water and Better Sanitation to Madagascar
Improved water, sanitation and hygiene systems are changing lives for the better in Madagascar, with support from UNICEF and S'well.