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Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Journey to a Polio-Free Africa: Nigeria's Eradication Milestone
Home to half the world's cases just three years ago, Nigeria is no longer polio-endemic. Watch our short film to see how it happened.
Cambodian Mothers Dream Easier as the Country Defeats Tetanus
A deadly childhood disease finally loses its grip on Cambodia as the country is certified MNT-free.
Team Vaccine: It Can Take a Village to Immunize One Child
Parents, vaccinators, volunteers and disease survivors can all play a role in the final stage of a vaccine's journey.
Nearly 50 Million Children's Lives Saved Since 2000
A new UNICEF report brings great news: more of the world’s children are surviving early childhood than ever before.
Child Refugee Crisis: 3 Things to Know About Children on the Run
Who is running, why they are running, and how you can help.
India Celebrates a Lifesaving Victory in its War Against Tetanus
India's gain brings the world one giant step closer to global elimination of MNT.
Hurricane Katrina 10 Years Later
Remembering a special relief effort: The only time in history that UNICEF was called upon to deliver aid to U.S. kids.
30 Million Children on the Run: Portraits from Libya
Today, there are more displaced children than at any time since World War II. Photographer Alessio Romenzi documents their plight.
World Humanitarian Day 2015
Honoring all those who risk their lives to make a better world for children.
Nigeria Reaches Important Milestone in Fight to End Polio
The deadly and debilitating disease, once endemic in Nigeria, is one step closer to being eradicated.
Photos: One Year Later, Gaza's Children Struggle to Recover
Thousands of children, many having lost relatives and homes, continue to live in rubble.
South Sudan: Children Caught in a Savage Conflict
Some are victims of atrocities; others are forced to fight themselves.