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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Schools Should Be the Last to Close and the First to Reopen
Keeping schools safe and open must be a global priority. The harms to children from being out of school are severe and can last a lifetime.
The Case for Investing in UNICEF's Work
A look at UNICEF's strategic plan for 2022-2025 — and how it aims to maximize impact for children, with support from partners.
In Haiti, a Young Survivor of Two Major Earthquakes Isn't Giving Up
Buried alive after Haiti's 2010 earthquake, 15-year-old Peterson survived a second quake in 2021. UNICEF is there to help. [VIDEO]
In Malawi, Vaccination Vans Protect Pregnant Women From COVID-19
UNICEF mobile vaccination vans bring lifesaving COVID-19 vaccines and information to people in rural Malawi. [VIDEO]
Turning COVID-19 Skeptics Into Health Champions in Rwanda
Through radio and road shows, a UNICEF community outreach campaign shares information on how to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
A Look Back: UNICEF USA Impact Through Advocacy in 2021
Year in and year out, UNICEF USA supporters pursue a more equitable world for children through advocacy.
Child Labor Robs Children of Their Future
In Yemen, the death of his father forced 12-year-old Anas out of school and into the workforce. [VIDEO]
The COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids: What Parents Need to Know
Pediatricians from Massachusetts General Hospital talk about vaccine safety and COVID-19's dangers, symptoms, treatment and prevention.
A Young Family's Struggle for Survival During Super Typhoon Rai
Families raced for shelter as the strongest storm to hit the Philippines in 2021 bore down on the country's southeastern islands.
UNICEF Warns of Rise in Grave Violations Against Children in Conflict
Despite decades of advocacy and enhanced monitoring and response, children continue to bear the brunt of war.
Meeting Unprecedented Challenges Head On: A Look Back at UNICEF's 2021
A cascade of crises put millions of children at risk this year, but a historic global vaccination drive offered some much-needed hope.
Connecting UNICEF's Past to Its Present — and Future
UNICEF marks 75 years delivering for children by renewing commitments and mobilizing support for action against its greatest challenge yet.