UNICEF in action
More than any crisis of the past decades, the COVID-19 pandemic has redefined childhood on a global scale. While the struggles of children and young people are undeniable, so is their resilience and desire to participate in rebuilding a better future.
After more than six years of conflict, Yemen remains the world's largest humanitarian crisis. With COVID-19 continuing to spread, the country faces an emergency inside an emergency.
Against a backdrop of conflict and insecurity, faced with skyrocketing food prices, a severe drought and the spread of COVID-19, Afghanistan's children are more vulnerable than ever.
As Indonesia continues to fight a long-running COVID-19 outbreak, some of the nation's shopping centers have taken on a second life as pop-up vaccination sites where residents can go to receive their COVID-19 shots.