UNICEF in action
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Zonta Club of Prowers County supporting Let Us Learn Madagascar.
Armed conflict, natural disasters and political unrest often lead to increased human trafficking. Girls and women are especially vulnerable.
National Council member, Henry, shares how Caryl influenced his UNICEF journey
Here's a look back at some of the ways UNICEF delivered for children in 2019.
The artist talks about what it meant to her to experience protecting children firsthand.
Stronger storms linked to climate change are forcing more and more families out of their homes in the Caribbean.
This week, federal lawmakers passed legislation to fund the U.S. Government for FY 2020 including $134 million in core resources for UNICEF.
Current policies prevent families from accessing their legal right to protection in the U.S. as they seek asylum.
Ongoing armed conflict is killing or maiming an average of nine children every single day in Afghanistan, according to a new UNICEF Child Alert Report.