Leading women join UNICEF UK to make an unprecedented call on the Government to help end the rape and abuse of children in war zones.Read this story
Despite her circumstances, young Syrian refugee Ghada continues her education and takes her exams in Jordan to avoid becoming part of a lost generation.
Leading women join UNICEF UK to make an unprecedented call on the Government to help end the rape and abuse of children in war zones.
Masumi Yamashina of UNICEF South Sudan was trapped for nearly a week amid fierce fighting in Malakal, Upper Nile state. She reports from the front line.
The conflict in the Central African Republic has deprived thousands of children of their education. Helene Sandbu Ryeng reports from a UNICEF-supported temporary learning space.
Did you know that Gambia also has a Baby Friendly Initiative? Across the poorest regions, UNICEF-trained health workers advise mothers on breastfeeding, nutritrion and other children's health issues.
After being evacuated from Homs, the city under attack for almost two years, this Syrian family faces an uncertain future.
Zarri Yousaf is 17 years old from Pakistan who dreams of becoming an entrepreneur and opening a dress shop.
All around the world, UNICEF is helping to provide safe places for children orphaned by AIDS.
Twenty-one-year-old Arbie Baguios, who works for UNICEF UK's Building Young Futures programme, describes his generation's struggles to find employment.
Ted Chaiban visited South Sudan and saw how UNICEF is working around the clock to protect children from the rainy season.