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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
How Syrian Children Cope — Maya Tells Her Story
For five years the children of Syria have endured devastating conflict. Hear how they are doing — in their own words.
Kalita's Story: Girls' Education Is Key to a Brighter Future
For one Nepalese girl, the path to a positive future is via soccer and school.
1 Billion Girls. That's Why We Must End Child Marriage
International Women's Day 2016 kicks off with a new UNICEF program to end child marriage and support vulnerable girls worldwide.
UNICEF Teams Up with Google to Fight Zika
Google brings innovative engineering and a $1 million donation to the effort to halt the virus' spread.
Three Stories about How Clean Water Saves Kids' Lives
As the UNICEF TAP Project celebrates its tenth year, join us in providing clean water for children around the world.
Our Hero: My Name Is Rosemaine Jean
In Haiti, Rosemaine Jean knows how to use clean water to keep her family safe from cholera. A short film from UNICEF USA.
Five Reasons Why K.I.N.D. Helps Kids
A simple desk can help students in Africa rise up and learn.
What You Need to Know about Zika, UNICEF & Mosquito-Borne Disease
As Zika spreads “explosively,” the link between the virus and birth defects is confirmed. UNICEF scales up efforts to keep communities safe.
"The Children of Yemen Need Urgent Help, and They Need It Now"
Julien Harneis, UNICEF Yemen, warns that continuous bombardment and fighting are exposing children to violence, disease and deprivation.
Syrian Refugees: One Girl's Story
Watch "Amal (Hope)," a short film by UNICEF USA.
End the Suffering in Syria: Please Share This Now
More than 120 humanitarian organizations and U.N. agencies urge people around the world to call for an end to the crisis.
Beyond Zero Cases: Challenges Remain as Ebola Epidemic Ends
UNICEF hails a victory against the disease, but thousands of children still need care.