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"We were always poor but we never feared to die like now. Please stop the war,” says Amjad, 12. "We were always poor but we never feared to die like now. Please stop the war,” says Amjad, 12.
Aussie aid worker’s call to reach Yemeni children
These four things must happen to stop children dying
Anjali , 13, lost her father, mother and younger brother during the April 25 earthquake. Anjali , 13, lost her father, mother and younger brother during the April 25 earthquake.
Exploitation the new danger for Nepal's children
At least 245 children have been intercepted from traffickers
UNICEF Australia Young Ambassadors: Jay, Hiba, Kate, Sophie, Brianna, Will, Josh, Jeff, Rahila UNICEF Australia Young Ambassadors: Jay, Hiba, Kate, Sophie, Brianna, Will, Josh, Jeff, Rahila
Young voices ring out in Parliament
Our Young Ambassadors speak up for Australia's children
Girls at the Kuleshwor School in Kathmandu, Nepal, return to class in a UNICEF-supported temporary learning space. Girls at the Kuleshwor School in Kathmandu, Nepal, return to class in a UNICEF-supported temporary learning space.
Children return to school in Nepal
136,000 children have returned to classes after the earthquakes.
The tent walls of temporary classrooms are decorated with the hand drawn and cut out learning aids made by teachers. The tent walls of temporary classrooms are decorated with the hand drawn and cut out learning aids made by teachers.
It's playtime for Syrian refugee children
Step inside a tented preschool in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley
UNICEF Australia National Ambassador for Child Survival walks along a road outside of Tripoli Lebanon UNICEF Australia National Ambassador for Child Survival walks along a road outside of Tripoli Lebanon
Follow Tara Moss to the Syrian border
Author Tara Moss has called for Australians to judge the world’s largest refugee migration ...
A man holds his baby in an earthquake-affected town in Nepal A man holds his baby in an earthquake-affected town in Nepal
New progress report for Every Newborn Action Plan
Bold steps to end preventable newborn deaths within a generation
A young boy attends school in Fiji A young boy attends school in Fiji
Pacific conference on ending violence against children
‘Violence against children is not inevitable, it can be prevented.'
24-year-old health worker Janda 24-year-old health worker Janda
Meet Janda: the young volunteer committed to newborn refugees
"I love babies and children and I’m so happy to be able to help my people."
Students show off their new books and stickets at Galabandja Primary school, Central African Republic, in April 2015. Students show off their new books and stickets at Galabandja Primary school, Central African Republic, in April 2015.
Beaming smiles from Central African Republic
These children have finally returned to school with bright new books and heartfelt messages from ...