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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
Children Back to School in Nepal
Five weeks after catastrophic earthquakes in Nepal, 14,000 children are back in school, giving hope to the 985,000 that are still waiting.
Nepal: One Month After the Quake
One month after two major quakes closed school, Nepal's traumatized children urgently need humanitarian aid to get back to normal
Children Under Fire in Yemen
Nearly 8 million children in Yemen have been caught in a surge of conflict between militant, government and tribal forces.
For Nepal's Anxious Children, Help Is on the Radio
As aftershocks rock Nepal, UNICEF teams up with the national radio station to provide badly needed emotional support.
"A Terrifying Experience": Firsthand Report from Nepal
UNICEF's Kent Page describes the moment when a second major earthquake hit Nepal.
Nepal Earthquake Relief Efforts: 5 Ways You Can Help
Nepal is rocked by another devastating earthquake. Here's how you can help rush aid to the children and families most in need.
Liberia Declared Ebola-Free
UNICEF hails Liberia’s victory, but warns that the battle against Ebola is still being fought in Guinea and Sierra Leone.
Innovating to Save Children's Lives
UNICEF's new Global Innovation Center and Innovation Fund will accelerate programs that help solve the world's toughest problems for kids.
We Are Children, Not Soldiers
Armed groups in the Central African Republic agree to end child recruitment and release all children in their forces.
5 Ways UNICEF Is Responding to the Earthquakes in Nepal
UNICEF is working to help more than 1.7 million children affected by the disaster.
Nepal Earthquake Relief Underway
UNICEF is working to meet the immediate needs of children and families after the region's worst earthquake in 80 years.
Infographic: Vaccines Work
Vaccines are one of the cheapest ways to save lives—so why aren't more children getting immunized?