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6 Ways Explosive Weapons Threaten Children
When explosive weapons are used in these places, over 90 per cent of victims are civilians — many of them children or their parents. Child survivors endure staggering physical injury and psychological...
Escape From Mariupol
Fleeing air strikes and artillery fire in Mariupol, 7-year-old Maksym and his family left home in a broken car.
A Volunteer Translator Helps Fellow Refugees From Ukraine
More than 3.7 million people from Ukraine — including 1.8 million children — have become refugees since Feb. 24. [VIDEO]
Where Water Is Scarce, UNICEF Offers a Fresh Take on Drilling
How UNICEF uses remote sensing and satellite technology to more efficiently extract groundwater, helping communities in drought-prone areas.
5 Tips for Dealing with Uncertainty in Times of War
This article is adapted from a blog post published by Voices of Youth, a global communication platform created by UNICEF where kids can communicate and collaborate around issues that matter to them. 1...
Protecting Children With Special Needs From War in Ukraine
The war in Ukraine has been extra tough on children with special needs and their families. For Petro, who has a severe form of autism, the constant shelling and his family's sudden departure from his...