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Jamie Carragher, Robbie Fowler, Jaap Stam and Dimitar Berbatov are the first footballing names to be announced for Soccer Aid 2016. Get the latest team news.
Last year, world leaders agreed on Global Goals for Sustainable Development that aimed to create a better, more sustainable future for the world and the world's children. But how will we measure success, Unicef's Nienke Palstra writes.
How does conflict put children at risk of disease? This World Immunisation Week, we're telling the stories of children in conflict zones, and how we're working to keep them safe from disease.
Watch our film to see how your support helped hundreds of thousands of families in Nepal start to rebuild their lives after the earthquakes.
The Paris Climate Agreement, signed today, commits to ensuring climate justice for the poorest and most vulnerable children and communities. Read why this is so important for children around the world.
Cyclone Amos is approaching the Pacific island nation of Samoa. Get the details.
Hear from young people and Unicef staff in Pedernales, the area most affected by the earthquake in Ecuador.
Find out what made Jose Mourinho decide to swap sides and manage the England team at this year’s Soccer Aid on 5 June.
The Calais Jungle is unlike any refugee camp I've ever visited. And every day, children risk their lives trying to reach the UK, when many have a legal right to come here, writes Unicef UK's Melanie Teff.
A deadly 7.8 magnitude earthquake has struck Ecuador, putting the lives of millions in danger. Get the latest and donate to our Ecuador earthquake appeal.