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Our CEO Has a Message for the Next U.S. President
Put children first and take on a crisis that now affects nearly 50 million children.
"We Honor Their Work Best by Carrying On"
Despite a new wave of deadly attacks, UNICEF remains committed to providing Syrian children with critical aid.
#ChildrenFirst Vigil: Coming Together for Child Refugees
Read the compelling story of how, on the eve of the United Nations refugee summit, we joined to tell world leaders to put children first.
Syrian Children’s Courage for Education During Crisis
Learn the stories of six Syrian children who traveled across conflict lines for their education, and how UNICEF is supporting their efforts.
Unaccompanied Child Migrants: Q&A with UNICEF Honduras
Here's why thousands of children are willing to risk an extremely dangerous journey.
Join Us Tonight in New York City for the #ChildrenFirst Vigil
50 million children uprooted: Let's tell world leaders to put them first in their response to the refugee and migrant crisis.
It’s not about the future, but the present for South Sudan's children
Learn about the struggles of South Sudan's children eager to learn in the face of challenges. Donate today and help South Sudan's children.
For Many Kids, Going Back to School Is BYOC (Bring Your Own Chair)
South Sudan's brutal civil war has forced 1.8 million children out of school, but so many are still determined to get an education
Uprooted: One Sixteen-Year-Old Boy’s Dangerous Journey
A new UNICEF report calls attention to 50 million children forced from home. This is the story of one such child — Alexis.
Madagascar: The Blue Gold Rush
In the deep south, less than one quarter of the population can get drinking water regularly. And this year, El Niño has hit the region hard.
Violence and Malnutrition Ravage Lake Chad: a Mother’s Story
UNICEF spotlights Boko Haram's devastating impact on the children of Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria.
While the Rio Olympics May Be Over, UNICEF Brazil Keeps Fighting Zika
In one Brazilian city, UNICEF is teaching children about the Zika virus and mobilizing an innovative community prevention campaign. Learn more about Zika prevention and donate today.