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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
1.5 Tons of UNICEF Supplies Land in Dorian-Devastated Bahamas
As families struggle to cope amid the ruins, the delivery of safe water supplies will meet the most urgent needs of mothers and children.
How UNICEF Gets Vital Supplies to Where They're Needed Most
It takes 48 -72 hours for emergency items to reach children and families in need. A look at the impact of UNICEF's supply operation in 2018.
Hurricane Dorian Devastates the Bahamas and Bears Down on the U.S.
The storm has left communities reeling, as those still in its path brace themselves. UNICEF is there to help families, as needed.
Why Literacy Matters
Learning to read and write is a game changer for children. That's why UNICEF works to provide learning opportunities in 144 countries.
Fleeing Climate Change
Children lose more than shelter when they're forced to leave home. They lose health care, education — and sometimes, their lives.
Amid Hurricanes, Parents Everywhere Focus on Preparedness
These steps can help parents and children cope with impending disaster — and mitigate damage when it arrives.
After Two Years in Limbo, Rohingya Children Crave the Chance To Learn
The youngest victims of Myanmar's ethnic cleansing campaign are missing out on what only education can offer: a chance for a brighter future
UNICEF Is Helping Children Driven Out of School by Violence in Africa
Nearly 2 million children are out of school in West and Central Africa, where armed groups are waging a war against education itself.
New Pipeline Delivers Safe Water to Thousands in Southern Madagascar
UNICEF and partners turn on the tap for over 40,000 people in need.
Two Years After Hurricane Harvey, Educators Are Using Lessons Learned
Counseling programs created to help Houston's children heal are now reaching kids in Florida still traumatized by Hurricane Michael.
What Would Happen if UNICEF Disappeared?
Eight ways the world would change without UNICEF.
Celebrating Women Humanitarians on the Front Lines for UNICEF
A salute to the brave and dedicated humanitarian aid workers who are giving their all to make the world a better place.