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What You Need to Know About the World's Deadliest Cholera Outbreak
Cholera is on the rise in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Here's how you can help UNICEF protect the lives of children at risk.
Severe Flooding Threatens Lives and Futures in Burundi
The torrential rains began in December, triggering landslides and massive flooding across northern Burundi, one of the world's poorest countries.
UNICEF USA Statement on U.S. Decision Use of Anti-Personnel Landmines
UNICEF USA Statement on U.S. Decision to Allow Use of Anti-Personnel Landmines
Desperate Times for Children and Families in Syria
Escalating violence in northwest Syria amid harsh winter conditions has compounded an already dire humanitarian crisis in the country.
UNICEF Winter Clothes Help Syrian Children Weather the Cold
The war in Syria forced Reem and her family to flee their home seven years ago. Like so many other people who have been displaced by the conflict, they have found winter a recurring threat to their survival.
Report: Time for a Radical Rethink on Child Health
The case for kid-centric solutions to the effects of climate change and other threats to children's health and development.
UNICEF and Duke to Accelerate 6 Solutions for Better Menstrual Health
How partners are working to advance innovations in menstrual health and hygiene management for vulnerable young women and girls.
'If We Want These Children to Stay Safe, There Are No Shortcuts'
Lack of funding threatens to shut down a vital UNICEF recovery program for former child soldiers in South Sudan.
Growing Up in a Refugee Camp, Dreaming of the Stars
For children displaced by conflict, the world can be a frightening place and "home" a concept filled with longing and uncertainty.