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UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom Meets Children and Families Affected by Boko Haram Violence on Niger Trip

Niger

As Famine Stalks South Sudan's Children, Their Education Suffers Too

South Sudan's brutal civil war has destroyed schools for more than 1.8 million children, but many are still determined to learn.

Africa

Iliana's Story: Their Universal Truth

In December 2016, I was asked to think about my UNICEF story, why I initially got involved with the organization, and why I continue to donate my …

El Salvador

Statement Attributable to Geert Cappelaere, UNICEF Regional Director, Urging All Parties at Geneva Talks to Put Syria’s Children First

Syria

Syria

UNICEF Statement on Baquer Namazi

Iran

Famine Declared in South Sudan

In the world's youngest country, 5.5 million people — almost half the population — will face severe food shortages this year.

Africa

At Least 65,000 Children Released From Armed Forces and Groups over the Last 10 Years – UNICEF

Children in Conflict

Africa

Number of Ukrainian Children Needing Aid Nearly Doubles to 1 Million Over the Past Year – UNICEF

Ukraine

Ukraine

How Can We Sustain the Child Survival Revolution?

Bill & Melinda Gates, Warren Buffett and UNICEF know one big part of the answer: vaccines work.

Public Health

How to Save 1.5 Million Lives a Year? Vaccinate the World's Children!

It's what UNICEF and partners have been striving toward for decades: a world where all children, everywhere are fully protected against measles and …

Public Health

Statement by UNICEF Regional Director Geert Cappelaere on Reports of Children Killed and Injured in Syria

Syria

Syria

Zodiac Art Show

The Muse Art Club put on a Zodiac Art Show and raised funds for UNICEF's lifesaving work

Zodiac

Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on Killing of ICRC Workers in Afghanistan and SARC Workers in Syria

killing of humanitarian workers

Syria

Thousands of Children Out of School After Classrooms Hit by Heavy Shelling in Eastern Ukraine

Ukraine

Refugees

The World Must Make Faster Progress to End Female Genital Mutilation by 2030

FGM

Women's Rights

It's Time to End Female Genital Mutilation

At least 200 million women and girls have already endured this violent practice. UNICEF is fighting to eliminate FGM once and for all.

Women's Rights

Two Refugees, Generations Apart, Tell their Story in New UNICEF Film

Refugee Crisis

Refugees

Deadliest Winter for Refugee and Migrant Children Crossing the Central Mediterranean, Says UNICEF

Refugee crisis

Refugees

Watch: Refugees — The Shared Story of Harry and Ahmed

<i>U.S. Fund for UNICEF CEO and President Caryl M. Stern urges you to watch and share the story of two refugees, two generations apart. We must put</i> …

Refugees

Amidst the Rubble, Aleppo's Kids Are Heading Back to School

With UNICEF assistance, 23 primary schools have re-opened in the past few weeks alone.

Syria

Heavy Fighting in Ukraine Leaves Thousands of Children Cold, Thirsty and Out of School – UNICEF

Ukraine

Water

UNICEF Seeks $3.3 Billion in Emergency Assistance for 48 Million Children Caught Up in Conflict and Other Crises

HAC

Public Health

Watch: UNICEF USA's CEO on Why 28 Million Children Need Your Help Now

Caryl M. Stern explains how children worldwide are under direct attack—with their lives, hopes and futures hanging in the balance.

Refugees

Schools in Syria Rise from the Rubble

Syria

Syria

These Filmmakers Are Helping Refugees Tell Their Stories

<b>When</b> <b>Magna Carta creative firm's</b> <b>co-founders</b> <b>Maximilian Guen and Matthew K. Firpo</b> <b>found themselves immersed in news of the growing refugee crisis, they</b></b> …

Refugees

Watch: The Needs of Refugees Have Never Been Greater — Caryl M. Stern

Our President and CEO on the refugee crisis — 28 million children have been uprooted by conflict. We must see them as CHILDREN FIRST.

Refugees

Statement on Child Refugees, Attributable to Caryl M. Stern, President & CEO of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF

Refugee

Refugees

Shut Out Trafficking at Florida International University

Shut Out Trafficking: Check out Lana’s story on her involvement in Shut Out Trafficking Week at Florida International University!

Human Trafficking

4.7 Million Children in Vaccination Campaign Against Measles in Northeast Nigeria

Nigeria

Public Health

U.S. Fund for UNICEF Announces Winners of Annual Pier 1 Imports®/UNICEF Greeting Card Contest

Pier 1

UNICEF