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IPA, WHO and UNICEF launch Read World on International Children’s Book Day to support children and young people in isolation
Ambassador to Ireland discusses differences in UK and Irish approach to tackling coronavirus
U.S. Support for ASEAN in Fighting COVID-19
U.S. Role in International Organizations’ Response to COVID-19
Secretary Pompeo Remarks to Press
Children in Democratic Republic of Congo at risk from killer measles
UNICEF supplies arrive in Italy to support COVID-19 response
Greater support needed for working families as COVID-19 takes hold – UNICEF and ILO
Despite challenges, UNICEF continues to ship vital supplies to affected countries amid soaring number of COVID-19 cases
United States is Leading Humanitarian and Health Assistance Response to COVID-19
U.S. Foreign Assistance in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic
Assessing problem of poor sanitation
Global Partnership for Education announces US $8.8 million in funding to help UNICEF with COVID-19 response
A global approach is only way to fight COVID-19, UN says as it launches humanitarian response plan
COVID-19: More than 95 per cent of children are out of school in Latin America and Caribbean
World Poetry Day: Young people in war zones across world share heart-wrenching poems calling for peace
One year after Cyclone Idai, 2.5 million people in Mozambique remain in need of humanitarian assistance
Almost 5 million children born into war in Syria, 1 million born as refugees in neighbouring countries
FACT SHEET: Handwashing with soap, critical in fight against coronavirus
UNICEF and UNFPA renew multi-country initiative to protect millions of girls from child marriage
COVID-19: IFRC, UNICEF and WHO issue guidance to protect children and support safe school operations
A third of youth surveyed globally by UNICEF say their education is not preparing them with skills to get jobs
Lifeline for Syria’s children must continue, UNICEF chief says at end of Gaziantep trip
University expands Reach Project, focused on international development, to other universities
PM announces new funding in fight against spread of coronavirus
Panama sees more than seven-fold increase in number of migrant children crossing through Darien Gap
UNICEF, WFP chiefs wrap up two-day visit to Syria, see impact of conflict on children and families
25 years of uneven progress: Despite gains in education, world still a violent
Germany contributes EUR 50 million to strengthen resilience
UK aid protects victims of violence as Syrian regime increases attacks in Idlib
Lack of quality data compounds risks facing millions of refugee and migrant children
Big drop in global drownings – but not for our neighbours
UN releases US$15 million to help vulnerable countries battle spread of coronavirus
UK-backed Anti-Human Trafficking Child Protection Unit opened at Kenyan Coast
Through ReACT, refugee learners become “CEOs of their own lives”
15 child soldiers released in South Sudan
Climate change and disaster risks
Young people have say on climate change and disaster risks
Hunger threatens over half of population in South Sudan
2.9 million people, including 1.6 million children, affected by one or more humanitarian crises in Niger
Over half a million children in northwest Syria forced to flee amid continued violence and harsh weather
UNICEF appeals for US$42.3 million to support global Covid-19 outbreak response
£1.2 billion for world’s most powerful weather and climate supercomputer
We must protect Children in Armed Conflict “Children have been robbed of their childhood and forced
Critical support for former child soldiers in South Sudan at risk from lack of funding
Geneva Palais briefing note on situation of children in Madagascar
Global measles vaccination drive to protect upto 45 million children
Mexico: An estimated 700 migrant children stranded in Matamoros near U.S. border