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Reuniting Families Split by War Is All in a Day's Work for Simon Char
Thousands of children have gone missing since civil war broke out in South Sudan five years ago. Separated from their families in the chaos of war, these children are desperate to be reunited with their parents.
Giving Monthly Sustains UNICEF's Work in Syria's Ongoing Crisis
Steadfast support from monthly donors enables UNICEF to be there for children in need, whether they're on the front page or not.
UNICEF Delivers Lifesaving Assistance to Rohingya Refugees
UNICEF is working to protect and support ethnic Muslim Rohingya families crowded into refugee camps in Bangladesh.
So That No Child Suffers Because of Who They Are or Who They Love
On International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia, a renewed commitment to equal rights and protections for all children.
UNICEF Is Helping Syrians Survive Amidst Violence
Millions of Syrians spent another Ramadan praying for the day they can go home again. UNICEF is on the ground helping.
UNICEF Is On the Ground in Yemen, Helping Children Survive
Millions in Yemen spent yet another Ramadan praying for peace and struggling for survival. UNICEF is on the ground helping.
Why Children Are Fleeing Honduras, and What UNICEF Is Doing About It
In Honduras, seven out of ten children live in a home classified by UNICEF as below the poverty line. Forty-three percent of children do not live with their parents, because their parents have departed for other nations in search of work.
In Madagascar, UNICEF Mother Leaders Are Raising Up Their Community
In Tanandava, a small community in Madagascar's Anosy region, the ravages of climate change and drought are felt particularly hard. Food insecurity is a constant for many. Opportunities for children are often few and far between.
Dehydration: Early Warning Signs and Treatment
UNICEF staff are experts in preventing and treating dehydration in children. Learn how to spot the signs and protect your loved ones.