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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
For the Children of Nigeria, a Chance to Learn and Thrive
More than a 100,000 children living under threat of Boko Haram are back in school with UNICEF's help.
A Mother's Story — What Parents Need to Know About Trafficking
Danielle Douglas was 17 when a trafficker forced her into prostitution. Her mother spoke with us about the factors that left her vulnerable.
Harnessing Data to Support Children's Health
UNICEF Innovations projects such as U-Report are helping us better understand and respond to emergency situations.
What's Next in the Fight Against Child Trafficking?
Anti human-trafficking advocates have made many gains in recent years, but we have a long way to go before we end this global scourge.
Soaring High and Saving Lives: Using Drone Tech for Good in Malawi
UNICEF’s innovative new testing corridor — Africa’s first — can shrink a multi-day humanitarian trip down to just 20 minutes.
For Every Child, Hope — a Thank You to Our Supporters
Over 70 years, the world has changed, but children’s needs have not. Your support made a difference for children in 2016.
Four Ways You Can Take Action to End Trafficking Now
January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Learn the signs. Take action.
Keep Them Warm — UNICEF Helps Syrian Children Brace for Winter's Chill
As temperatures drop below freezing, UNICEF aims to reach 2.5 million Syrian children with warm winter gear.
Report from Aleppo: Displaced Children & Families Huddle in Jibreen
UPDATE: 40,000 people have been displaced within and from the area. Half of them are children.
Challenges, Struggle and Hope: UNICEF's Year in Photos 2016
Acts of kindness, acts of hope. Children continually inspired us with their determination to find the futures they deserve.
Your Stories: Why So Many Are Giving to Support UNICEF Now
From kids selling lemonade to senior citizens hosting holiday fairs, people have deeply personal reasons for giving back.
When Girls Go to School in Malawi, Mothers' Dreams Come True
In Malawi, UNICEF USA's Chloe Kay saw how Kids In Need of Desks (K.I.N.D.) scholarships change girls' lives.