UNICEF in action
Preventing Female Genital Mutilation
Every year, over 4 million girls are at risk of undergoing the brutal practice. Most girls are subjected to it before the age of 15. FGM has been perf
While Schools Are Closed, Radio Lessons Keep Students Learning
In the fall of 1937, a rapidly spreading virus with no known cure made it too dangerous for children to attend school in Chicago. The solution? Radio school.
New Government, New Possibilities
Matching Gifts Make the Most of Your Donation
UNICEF Reports: Over 39 Billion Meals Missed Since Schools Shut Down
Crisis in Ethiopia: UNICEF Pushes to Get Aid to Children in Tigray
U-Report: Using UNICEF's Social Messaging Platform to Improve Lives
In Mozambique, 90,000 Kids Need Help in Wake of Cyclone Eloise
UNICEF emergency response teams are on the ground in Sofala province, where an estimated 170,000 people have been severely affected by the tropical superstorm. The worst of the winds are over, but flooding remains a major threat in the days to come.
In Syria, A Harsh Winter for Children Displaced by Conflict
Donate Now Ten years since the start of the Syrian civil war, children are still caught in the crossfire, being killed, injured, displaced and deprived of basic daily necessities. In January alone, at...