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UNICEF Helps Children Freed by Armed Groups Reclaim Their Lives
Each year, UNICEF supports the release and reintegration of thousands of boys and girls who have been recruited — often against their will — for use as soldiers, cooks, spies and more in armed conflicts.
Sponsor a Child in Malawi Today
Children face numerous challenges in Malawi, where poverty and inequality are persistent threats. One of the poorest countries in the world, Malawi has implemented long-range economic reform and...
Sponsor a Child in Bangladesh Today
Record numbers of children are in crisis today, and in Bangladesh, the situation is especially dire. When hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees fled genocide in Myanmar for southern Bangladesh in...
It's Time to End Female Genital Mutilation
UNICEF is working to eliminate the cruel practice of FGM once and for all, but the COVID-19 pandemic threatens decades of progress.
UNICEF: Children Are Bearing Brunt of Intensifying Crisis in Ukraine
How UNICEF is meeting urgent needs of children and families impacted by years of conflict as the situation escalates in the eastern region.
Choosing Change: Advocating with UNICEF USA
UNICEF UNITER Maureen Silverleib calls parents to action and urges them to make an impact for children by registering for Advocacy Day 2022.
UNICEF Reaching Displaced Families in Syria With Lifesaving Support
UNICEF is on the ground in northeast Syria, providing emergency assistance to children and families who fled intense fighting in and around the Ghwayran detention center in the city of Hasakah.
UNICEF Rushing Aid to Families Hit by Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique
UNICEF is deploying staff and emergency supplies to support children and families affected by Tropical Storm Ana, which made landfall in central and northern Mozambique on January 24.
UNICEF Story Project Gets Kids Talking About the Future of Health
An innovative youth engagement program enlists world-class science-fiction authors and teens from around the world.