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Flooding and Conflict Drive Families From their Homes in South Sudan
Children in South Sudan face a double threat: climate change-related floods and rising levels of violence between armed groups.
A Salute to Congresswoman Nita Lowey’s Legacy for Children
Members of Congress, USAID, international NGOs & youth advocates staged a virtual tribute event honoring retiring Congresswoman Nita Lowey.
Inside Look: Coping With COVID-19 in El Salvador
A conversation with UNICEF El Salvador about supporting returning migrants and other vulnerable kids in the country during the pandemic.
UNICEF Stockpiling 520M Syringes for Global COVID-19 Vaccination
UNICEF is readying more than half a billion single-dose syringes for use as soon as a safe and effective vaccine is available.
COVID-19 and Child Labor: A Time of Crisis, a Time to Act
With schools closed and extreme poverty on the rise, more kids are going to work to help support their families. Why that's a problem.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Reflections on a Child’s Journey to the U.S.
UNICEF USA celebrates the generations of Hispanic Americans who enrich our country and the globe during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Getting Students Back to School Safely During the COVID-19 Pandemic
UNICEF is working to keep students learning during the pandemic, from guidance on safely reopening schools to remote learning solutions.
“How Are You, Really?”
During the COVID-19 pandemic, UNICEF calls for greater investment in and greater access to mental health support.
Community Health Workers Are Yemen's Superheroes
Please Donate Staying alive in Yemen, now in its sixth year of civil war, is not easy. More than 24 million people — some 80 percent of the population — is in need of humanitarian assistance...