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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
The Simple Joy of the Soccer Ball
These UNICEF photos, from more than a dozen countries, show that the pleasure of the beautiful game is truly universal.
How the UNICEF Tap Project Brought Safe Water to Over 500,000 People
Learn about how the UNICEF Tap Project helped to save children in need all over the world by providing them access to clean water and adequate sanitation.
In Boko Haram's Wake, a Quarter Million Children Severely Malnourished
Thousands of Nigerian children face severe malnutrition. Help UNICEF provide the nutrition they need.
Remembering Nelson Mandela: A Champion For Children
For Nelson Mandela's Schools for Africa campaign, Mandela and UNICEF team up to help African children in 13 different countries get a quality education.
ZERO TOLERANCE — End Female Genital Mutilation
Learn how UNICEF is working to fight FGM at every level and to help affected girls and women.
Stolen Dreams: The Fight to End Child Marriage
Every two seconds a girl becomes a bride — the numbers are skyrocketing —but signs of progress as Gambia, Tanzania ban child marriage.
It's Not Over: 3 Stories of How El Niño Still Impacts Children
Drought, malnutrition and the spread of mosquito-borne disease is affecting children worldwide.
Facing Danger Each Step They Take, Children Flee Violence and Hardship
UNICEF reports on child refugees’ harrowing journeys to Europe.
Five Things You Should Know About Children in Iraq
UNICEF deplores the senseless bombings. Nothing justifies attacks on children.
If You Were Forced to Leave Home, What Would You Remember?
Watch Iraqi and Syrian children, living in refugee camps, speak about what they've lost ... and what they hope for the future.
SOWC 2016: Change Starts When You Choose to Care
From malnutrition to child marriage, the future is dark for millions of children around the world living in extreme poverty.
The Frontline Worker Who Helped Guide Niger to MNT Elimination
A huge milestone in the global fight against an excruciating killer. This is Aichatou's story. She helped make it possible.