UNICEF in action
Displaying 775 - 783 of 3567
Pandemic Puts Polio Fight on Pause, Stoking Fears of a Comeback
The global response to COVID-19 puts children at risk while threatening to undermine decades of progress against the crippling disease.
Maternal Health: What We Should Know
Healthy pregnancies lead to healthy moms and a good start for newborns, but not all mothers and babies experience the same level of care.
Cyclone Amphan Makes Landfall During Coronavirus Pandemic
Still in coronavirus lockdown, vulnerable communities in India & Bangladesh now face the deepening consequences of a killer storm.
The Doctor Is In: Parents’ Questions About Coronavirus Answered
Dr. Ronald Kleinman, Chief of the Department of Pediatrics at Massachusetts General Hospital, on how to protect children from coronavirus.
On Ramadan's Night of Power, Remember the Most Vulnerable
A way to help those praying for safety, protection, nutrition, good health — & the resources to keep COVID-19 from devastating communities.
How UNICEF Supporters Can Help Speed Supplies to the Front Lines
UNICEF USA's new Fast Fund aims to expedite procurement of PPE for health workers fighting COVID-19.
Rohingya Face Higher Risk of Gender-Based Violence During Lockdown
With COVID-19 pandemic response measures in place, UNICEF is working to make sure women and girls can still get the support they need.
Pennsylvania and Minnesota Outlaw Child Marriage With No Exceptions
UNICEF USA applauds the passage of laws preventing anyone under the age of 18 from getting married.
Getting the Word Out in Syria: How to Stop the Spread of Coronavirus
As of May 15, 2020, there have been just 48 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Syria, with 3 reported deaths, according to the World Health Organization. The civil war, now in its tenth year, has left 11 million people in need of humanitarian assistance.