This is the story of Francis, 13, who lost both his parents, his grandmother and his sister to the deadly Ebola virus.Read this story
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This is the story of Francis, 13, who lost both his parents, his grandmother and his sister to the deadly Ebola virus.
With media attention focused on so many emergencies around the world, it’s important that we don’t ignore the children of Pakistan who have been affected by the recent floods.
Watch this video to find out more about the ground breaking collaboration between UNICEF and The Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP) to help protect and change the lives of children and young people living in tea communities in Assam, India. Children in tea communities are too often the last to get protected. Poverty, gender, race and conflict mean too [...]
The joy of children starting a new school year is a welcome sight in Gaza, but for many the trauma and loss brought by the recent conflict will take far longer to overcome.
UNICEF UK's Joe English traveled to Malawi to see how the country has achieved its Millennium Development Goal ahead of schedule.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the largest the world has ever seen. What is Ebola, and how is UNICEF helping to stop it?
UNICEF is working to help get children affected by the conflict in Gaza back to school for the start of the new academic year.
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Find out how Lara dedicates her working life to helping the children who need it most through UNICEF's partnership with Unilever and Domestos.