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The World Scout Jamboree and Me
Looking Back at a Wartime Childhood in Syria
Donate Now Saja was only 7 when the Syrian civil war began. Only 11 when she was hit by a bomb blast during an attack on Bab Al-Nairab, her neighborhood in Eastern Aleppo. Saja lost her left leg that...
10 Years of the Syrian Conflict: Challenges & Success for Education
As the Syrian Arab Republic enters its tenth year of conflict and crisis, children continue to pay the heaviest price.
A Year of COVID-19 Inflames Displaced Syrian Kids' Wounds of War
After ten years of crisis, Syrian children remain at the center of the tragedy. Some 2.6 million have been displaced inside Syria; another 2.5 million live as refugees in neighboring countries.
Inside Look: Welcoming Asylum Seekers in San Diego
UNICEF Supporters Reflect on Advocating for the World’s Children
Epic COVAX COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Continues
The race to end the pandemic is on, and UNICEF is playing a vital role in the equitable global distribution of lifesaving COVID-19 vaccines.
COVID-19 Pandemic Hits One-Year Mark
On March 11, it will be a full year since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus was officially declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization — and well over a year since UNICEF launched its emergency response to protect children from the fallout.