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Tropical Cyclone Fani Hits India and Bangladesh
Fani put 10 million people —including 4 million children — in harm's way. UNICEF is responding to those in need.
Deadly Cyclones Are On the Rise and Climate Change Is To Blame
Cyclone Fani recently put millions at risk in India and Bangladesh. Meanwhile, Mozambique is still recovering from back-to-back cyclones that tore through the region in March and April, causing serious damage to the lives of thousands of children.
"My Friends Were in Class, But I Was Sleeping on Cardboard"
A teenager & her family left Venezuela for Brazil. UNICEF learning spaces are making the transition to a new education system less daunting.
Want to Change the World? Send a Child to Preschool.
Children enrolled in quality early learning programs do better in school, and go on to become more productive adults.
Midwives on Motorbikes Go the Distance for Indonesia's Moms
Raising families in remote regions can be tough, especially for mothers who must travel long distances to get their babies the health care that's so critical to the first 1,000 days of life.
Amilia Escaped a Deadly Militia Attack — and Became a UNICEF Midwife
In 2014, armed groups invaded Amilia Mathew's hometown of Michika, Nigeria, brutally killing hundreds of civilians. Mathew fled 145 miles away to Yola, the capital of Adamawa state.
As More Venezuelan Families Flee to Colombia, UNICEF Is There To Help
With new groups arriving every day, UNICEF is amping up support for migrants, refugees and their host communities in Colombia.
After Cyclone Idai, an Emergency Cholera Immunization Campaign
UNICEF-supported health workers have vaccinated more than a million people in Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
Flooding Feared After Cyclone Kenneth Hits Idai-Ravaged Mozambique
UNICEF is supporting the emergency response and assessing the damage inflicted on a nation still struggling to recover from Cyclone Idai.