Families in Yemen turning to extreme survival measures as war hits two-year mark

After two years of brutal conflict, families in Yemen are increasingly resorting to extreme measu...

Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake following his visit to Iraq

I leave Iraq at a time when the country is facing significant challenges and opportunities.

Nearly 600 million children will live in areas with extremely limited water resources by 2040

Some 600 million children – or 1 in 4 children worldwide – will be living in areas wi...

Hitting Rock Bottom: Children's Suffering in Syria at its Worst - UNICEF

Grave violations against children in Syria were the highest on record in 2016, said UNICEF in a g...

UNICEF Statement: Impact on refugee and migrant children of new mandatory detention law in Hungary

"UNICEF is alarmed by the adoption of a new law in Hungary that foresees the mandatory deten...

Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on new US rules on refugees

Refugee children fleeing violence and terror need our support now more than ever. They are a...

Investing in children and their education is the best way to counter violent extremism

UNICEF Australia welcomes the Federal Government’s announcement of a new policy framework t...

New UNICEF Report: Sexual violence, exploitation and abuse suffered by children on the migration route from North Africa to Europe

Refugee and migrant children and women are routinely suffering sexual violence, exploitation, abu...

UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom meets children and families affected by Boko Haram violence on Niger trip

UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom this week travelled to Diffa, south-east Niger, to highl...

Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on Baquer Namazi

One year ago today, our respected former UNICEF colleague, Baquer Namazi, was imprisoned in Iran....
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