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Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
How UNICEF Works to Save Refugee and Migrant Children from Detention
1 million is the estimate for how many children are detained for immigration reasons. UNICEF wants to free them.
Saving Child Refugees and Migrants from Violence and Exploitation
Children uprooted from their homes are vulnerable to new dangers. UNICEF has a plan to keep them safe.
Ebola Outbreak Ends in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
The DRC Ministry of Health, UNICEF, World Health Organization and other partners worked jointly to stop the deadly outbreak in 11 weeks.
Innovation Doesn't Need to Be High-Tech to Empower and Transform
UNICEF is implementing purposeful, efficient technology at scale to create opportunity and save lives in Guinea.
UNICEF Is Mobilizing to Protect Migrant Children in the U.S.
Building on decades of experience around the world, UNICEF and partners are standing up for the rights of children in the U.S.
Born a Refugee, Model Halima Aden Is Standing Up for Migrant Children
Somali-American model and activist Halima Aden is speaking out to support the rights of migrant children everywhere.
Redesigning the Mongolian Ger to Help Solve a Health Crisis
A UNICEF-led research project aims to address an air pollution problem that puts children at risk in Ulaanbaatar.
Kenya Eliminates MNT: A Huge Win for Mothers and Babies
Through partnerships and continued commitment, Kenya is about to become the latest country to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT).
The Nowhere Land Where Children on the Move Are Someone Else's Problem
As Europe and North Africa tighten their borders, more and more desperate migrants find themselves stranded in Niger.
Three Things You Might Not Know About Rohingya Refugees
Terrorized by the Myanmar military, the Rohingya fled to Bangladesh. Now monsoon rains are destroying their refugee camps.
Five Things You Should Know About Migrant Families Entering the U.S.
Fleeing gang violence and crushing poverty, families desperate to find safety for their children turn to the U.S.
Why Detaining Children Is Harmful
Separation and indefinite family detention rob children of their childhoods and cause lasting trauma.