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Ewen McMillan participated in RideLondon 100 for Unicef in 2014. With three children himself, he wanted to do something for those less fortunate.
Thanks to a Unicef supported initiative, children in Liberia are able to continue their studies despite the Ebola outbreak.
Somalia has become the 195th country to ratify the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Photos from the Malawi floods – How Unicef is helping children and families as rains continue to fall
Flooding is continuing to cause devastation for children and families in Malawi leaving 200 people dead or missing and 120,000 displaced.
Fixing the Broken Promise of Education for All is a report showing that some of the world's most marginalised children remain excluded from education.
Thanks to donations, Unicef has reached over 900,000 children in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey with vital winter supplies.
Want to see the world from a new perspective? Look no further than our series of child's view photos taken by children as part of Unicef and Sony supported workshops.
We take a look at how donations raised at Glasgow 2014's Commonwealth Games have funded skill building through sport and recreation for young people in Malawi.
The Land's End to John O'Groats cycle is one of the most epic cycling challenges in the UK. Cyclist Wayne Coxon tells us how he completed the 969 mile route.
In the Pacific, our partnership with the Commonwealth Games has funded' Just Play', to get children healthy and promote gender equality and social inclusion.