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At the Ukrainian Border, Families Search for Safety and Shelter
Donate Now It has taken Yulia, a mother of two from Ukraine, seven days to reach the Polish border. The shells were still exploding behind her, raining down shrapnel, as she fled the city of Kharkiv...
Born Into War: Keeping Mothers And Babies Alive In Ukraine
Kyiv, Ukraine — Yuliya gently rocks her newborn baby in the dank basement of a medical center in Kyiv. Vera is only days old, but her life is already in danger. “We’re sitting here in the basement. We...
What Kids Want Congress to Know
Only one-third of America's children feel included in the political process. UNICEF USA is working to change that.
Youth Host Fundraisers to Help Children Affected by War in Ukraine
Children and young people across the U.S. are raising money and awareness to support children and families caught up in the war in Ukraine.
War in Syria: Children Still Suffering Profound Impacts
UNICEF's humanitarian response in and around Syria reflects deep, devastating effects of over a decade of violence and rights violations.
At Least 10,200 Children Killed or Injured in Yemen Since 2015
Wherever there is war — whether it's Yemen or Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Syria or Ukraine — it is children who suffer first and suffer the most.
UNICEF Gets Supplies to Children and Families Inside Ukraine
Medicine, midwifery kits and other lifesaving supplies have reached Lviv. More emergency supplies are on the way.
Equitable Education Benefits the Future Workforce
UNICEF and partners are equipping millions of girls worldwide with the 21st-century skills needed to fuel tomorrow's labor force.
Stories of Suffering, Stories of Hope: A Reflection
For her first field trip as UNICEF's Executive Director, Catherine Russell went to Pakistan and Afghanistan, where she met children, adolescents and mothers and listened to their stories.