Members of the ethnic Yazidi group in Iraq re-enter Iraq after making the treacherous journey from Mount Sinjar where they were trapped without access to food or water.Read this story
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This month, UNICEF has shipped a record number of life-saving supplies to children caught in the world's most urgent crises.
Members of the ethnic Yazidi group in Iraq re-enter Iraq after making the treacherous journey from Mount Sinjar where they were trapped without access to food or water.
Thomas Lyimo is a humanitarian hero. He is working in the most remote parts of South Sudan to deliver life-saving vaccinations to children who desperately need his help. This is his story.
UNICEF's Jo Dunlop writes from Sierra Leone where she met survivors of the deadly Ebola virus.
What is life like in a rural village in South Sudan? UNICEF spoke to children and women to hear some of South Sudan's everyday voices.
Prosecuting a trafficked child for crimes they have been forced to commit is a violation of their basic rights. The Modern Slavery Bill must go further.
UNICEF's Executive Director Anthony Lake and the UN World Food Programme's Executive Director Etharin Cousin speak of the danger facing children in South Sudan.
UNICEF UK is mourning the death of Goodwill Ambassador Lord Richard Attenborough, who has died at the age of 90.
There is so little food in South Sudan that Nyamouch and her one-year-old daughter are forced to eat leaves from the ground. Read their story.