World Humanitarian Day is a chance for us to acknowledge and appreciate the work of our staff and our colleagues around the world. This World Humanitarian Day, we caught up with former Unicef field worker Ahmad who you might recognise from the BBC2 documentary, Exodus.Read this story
World Humanitarian Day is a chance for us to acknowledge and appreciate the work of our staff and our colleagues around the world. This World Humanitarian Day, we caught up with former Unicef field worker Ahmad who you might recognise from the BBC2 documentary, Exodus.
You may recognise Muhammed from our Soccer Aid appeal film - he was just four when the war forced his family to flee their home in Syria and make the terrifying journey across the border to Jordan. Find out more about his story.
A groundbreaking new documentary on BBC Two - Exodus: Our Journey to Europe - gives cameras to refugees fleeing to Europe. Former Unicef employee Ahmad tells the story of his perilous journey to Europe.
After making the dangerous journey across Europe to be reunited with his brother in the UK, Syrian refugee Bilal had to wait for seven months in the Calais jungle. Read his story.
Read our local representative's highly personal report on the conditions that children and families are stuck in on the border between Macedonia and Serbia.
We caught up with the Bahar family, who have been living in the Domiz refugee camp in Iraq for three years. We last saw them in 2013. Find out how their life has changed forever.
Find out what happened to nine-year-old Bitu when war forced her to leave her home in Syria.
Actor and Unicef UK Ambassador Michael Sheen has just returned from Jordan and Lebanon, where he met with Syrian children whose lives have been affected by the five year conflict. Watch a video from his trip.
Watch the story of 11-year-old Moheb, who lives with his family in the conflict-affected city of Aleppo, Syria.
Unicef UK ambassador Michael Sheen visited Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, to hear the stories of the children who live there.