The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games are almost here. But every athlete has to start somewhere, right? Here are some of our favourite Sport First moments.Read this story
Meaza, 14, was subjected to female genital mutilation (FGM) in Ethiopia when she was 10. She is now part of a growing movement of women and girls, men and boys who are coming together to say no to this harmful practice.
The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games are almost here. But every athlete has to start somewhere, right? Here are some of our favourite Sport First moments.
Flying Scot Katy U'Ren met children from Bangladesh who are taking part in UNICEF-supported swimming lessons that save lives.
UNICEF UK School Campaigners reflect on the Stop Child Trafficking campaign event held last week and explain how they will spread the campaign message.
Judith Barnett, a Neonatal Nurse, shows the work UNICEF is doing in hospitals in Glasgow to make sure babies who need special care get the best possible start in life.
Flying Scot Iain Horrocks, a Paediatric Neurologist from Glasgow, travelled to Malawi to see UNICEF's health work with children.
South Sudan's children are suffering through a brutal conflict. They're frightened and traumatised. Just £5 could buy life-saving food for a child for a week.
Flying Scot Jane McCormick, a Charity Fundraiser from Glasgow, travelled to Papua New Guinea to see how UNICEF is helping children there.
Flying Scot David Duke, a Community Sports Leader, travelled to Jamaica to see how UNICEF is helping children.
Flying Scot Michaela Munro, a 23-year old Glaswegian and Play Development co-ordinator, travelled to Guyana to see the how UNICEF is helping children.