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CEO Statement on School Reopenings
UNICEF USA shares the goal of children returning to school this fall, in a way that is safe for all students and teachers.
Syrian Youth Make Masks to Protect Children and Families from COVID-19
Since the beginning of the conflict in Syria nine years ago, the UNICEF-supported youth center in Jaramana, rural Damascus has helped young people cope with years of violence and displacement and restore a sense of normalcy to their lives.
Bringing Joy and COVID Health Information to Children in Syria
In the war-ravaged village of Teir-Ma'aleh in rural northern Homs, children were barely recovering after years of conflict and displacement when a new challenge emerged. The global spread of COVID-19 forced them to stay home from school.
Why Kids of All Races Need to Know How to Talk About Race and Racism
Dr. Sandra Chapman, founder of Chap Equity, on teaching kids how to talk about race & racism, feel the pain they cause & take action.
Engaging With Police Reform to Save Black Lives
UNICEF USA affirms commitment to racial justice including police reform & reimagining public safety in a just & equitable way.
It's Time to Outlaw Marriage Before Age 18, With No Exceptions
Pennsylvania & Minnesota banned child marriage in May. UNICEF USA won't stop until this human rights violation is illegal in all 50 states.
Be Proud, Be an Ally, and Keep Fighting
My name is Matt Grady and I am a UNICEF USA National Council member, serving on the Recruitment Team. Council member and highlight the importance of everyone standing as an ally in the fight fo This...
Ebola Outbreak Ends in Democratic Republic of Congo
For nearly two years, UNICEF and partners rallied to fight the second largest Ebola outbreak in history.
Education, Not Marriage: Building Better Futures for Girls in Ethiopia
UNICEF programs help reduce child marriage in Ethiopia by keeping girls learning & giving them the support they need during the pandemic.