UNICEF in action
A Job Skills Program Opens Doors for Young Syrian Refugees
Out-of-School Syrian Children Catch Up With Self-Learning Program
Eight long years of fighting have taken a toll on children's education in Syria. Multiple displacements, fighting and lost livelihoods have forced more than 2 million children out of school, putting their future at risk.
LPGA Star Danielle Kang Launches New UNICEF Campaign
Broadening Girls' Horizons in Zambia
Saving Severely Malnourished Children in Central African Republic
Years of sectarian violence have plunged the Central African Republic (CAR) into chaos, killing tens of thousands of people and forcing more than a million from their homes.
On the Front Lines in the Fight to End Child Marriage in the U.S.
Gifts Made by — and for — Extraordinary Women
Central African Republic Child Soldiers Helped to Freedom by UNICEF
The Central African Republic (CAR) has been called the most dangerous place in the world for children. Sectarian violence has ripped the country apart, killing tens of thousands of people and driving more than a million from their homes
A Malnourished Toddler's Recovery in Central African Republic
For more than 70 years, UNICEF has been putting children first, protecting their rights and providing the assistance and services they need to survive and thrive.