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You Can’t Mute People in Real Life
UNICEF USA Community Engagement Intern Synclaire Warren reflects on the mental health implications of reentering social life post pandemic.
Managing Menstruation Helps Keep Girls in School in South Sudan
Menstruation shouldn't interrupt a girl's education. That's why UNICEF improves school facilities & distributes menstrual supply kits.
First a Volcano, Now an Earthquake in Democratic Republic of the Congo
Donate Now UPDATE: On May 27, thousands of families left their homes yet again after authorities issued an evacuation order for parts of the city of Goma following warnings that Mount Nyiragongo might...
Special Olympics Infographic: Health Tips for Kids With Disabilities
In humanitarian emergencies, children with disabilities are among those most at risk. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, UNICEF and Special Olympics have worked to protect the rights of children with disabilities and meet their needs — and their families'.
George Floyd’s Legacy Calls for Police Reforms That Include Children
On the first anniversary of Floyd’s death, supporters of child- and youth-focused reforms envision law enforcement that will serve everyone.
Companies Mobilize Urgent Funds to India With UNICEF USA
India's brutal second wave of COVID-19 calls for urgent action. Companies are answering that call by supporting UNICEF's emergency response.
Crisis in Ethiopia: UNICEF Seeks Support to Step Up Tigray Relief
UNICEF's emergency response plan in the embattled region requires closing a significant funding gap.
Honoring Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
The month of May recognizes the history and culture of the AAPI Diaspora community and their contributions to the US and the world.
Fostering a Community of Helpers: Organizing Around Mental Health
Read about how our UNITERs are empowering young people to take action on mental health