UNICEF in action
UNICEF and partners are providing emergency aid to children and families after a magnitude 6.3 quake in Herat, Badghis and Farah provinces.
A new report shows the extent to which children globally have been uprooted by extreme weather linked to climate change, often at their peril.
Millions of children in India need health care, nutrition, education, protection, water and sanitation and other support. UNICEF is there.
A sister and brother share how their child rights activism led them to help their hometown become the first UNICEF Child Friendly City in the U.S.
UNICEF works with governments, partners and donors to strengthen primary health systems and improve detection and treatment of childhood NCDs.
Young people are determined to do something about climate change. UNICEF intends to help them succeed. Some promising projects already underway.
UNICEF is rushing more humanitarian supplies to aid children and families struggling to survive in Libya.
UNICEF is reaching children and families with emergency supplies after Storm Daniel swamped northeastern Libya.