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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.
Children on the Run Face Winter’s Threat
From Syria to the shores of the Mediterranean and beyond, UNICEF is working where children are cold and struggling.
WATCH: Caryl Stern, President & CEO of UNICEF USA, on Child Refugees
"Society should be measured, is measured, by how we treat our children."
WATCH: Finding Love and Healing After the Ebola Epidemic
"I lost my husband. Some of them lost their parents. We all got affected one way or another."
How You Can Help Child Refugees
From Syria to Europe, children are in urgent need. Here's how you can help them today.