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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Why Migrants Flee Central America
Pervasive violence and poverty drive Central Americans to seek safety elsewhere. UNICEF is working to improve conditions at home.
Mural Painting Brings Smiles to Rohingya Children Healing From Trauma
Driven from their homes by a brutal military crackdown, Rohingya refugee children use art to share their stories and dreams for the future.
Standing Up for #HerToo
On the anniversary of #MeToo, UNICEF remains committed to ending sexual violence against girls and women worldwide.
Five Ways Handwashing Saves Lives and Makes Children Smarter
The simple act of handwashing prevents infection, stops the spread of disease and improves educational outcomes — especially for girls.
Breaking Gender Norms From the Nile to the Red Sea
How a girl in Egypt found her dream job across the sea with support from her family and UNICEF.
UNICEF Market Helps Supergirl-Silversmiths Shine
Thanks to entrepreneur training and access to a global market, the Jalapa Girls Silversmiths are confident in themselves and their futures.
Fighting Poverty and Violence to Educate Girls in Madagascar
With support from Zonta International, thousands of girls in Madagascar are getting a quality education through the Let Us Learn project.
Learning to Create Community in Montenegro
A UNICEF-supported social impact program teaches high school students how to bring people together by creating common ground.
Teaching Technology: Empowering Girls to Change the World
UNICEF and Gucci's Girls' Empowerment Initiative is equipping the next generation with the skills and opportunities they need to thrive.
A Supergirl From Malawi Beats the Odds and Stays in School
UNICEF and Lawrence O'Donnell's K.I.N.D. Fund gave 15-year-old aspiring doctor Joyce Chisale the power — and platform — to change her world.
Climate Change: Urgent Action Needed to Avert a Crisis for Children
We must act now to reduce the impact of climate change on disadvantaged children around the world.
Knowing Menstruation Facts Means Better Health & Less Worry for Girls
A bother, sometimes a pain — but periods don't have to be shameful, too.