Relief as Ukrainian mothers receive Baby Box supplies
UNICEF has distributed Baby Boxes to hospitals across Ukraine, containing essential items such as diapers, clothes and toys.
Reimagining Education at UNGA: Finding a seat at the table for young people
UNICEF Canada youth advocate and a U-Report Canada Ambassador Reeana Tazreean attended the first-ever UNICEF Youth Advocates Mobilization Lab (YAML), held on the sidelines of the 77th UN General Assembly. YAML saw 34 youth advocates from 25 different countries come together to collaborate solutions for global issues, how to better advocate for children’s rights, and to strengthen youth-led advocacy initiatives.
Why do a Walk-a-thon this Halloween?
Let’s take a trip around the world to find out how the funds raised are making a difference for millions of children by helping them access safe, drinking water, life-saving vaccines, fight malnutrition and bring them back to school.
In Ukraine, babies are born into terrifying world of war
Newborn babies are spending the first days of their lives in shelters and basements.
Five things you need to know about UNICEF Halloween
The spook-tacular tradition is back this Halloween! Here are the top 5 things you need to know about UNICEF Canada’s Halloween Walk-a-thon for 2022.
Amid devastating floods, can 11-year-old Mukesh hold onto his dream?
Mukesh and his family are living in makeshift tents in Sindh, Pakistan after unprecedented floods devastated the country and his family lost everything.
Water and the global climate crisis: 10 things you should know
The world needs to get water smart. Everyone has a role to play, and we cannot afford to wait.
Five humanitarians working for every child
On World Humanitarian Day we celebrate all the humanitarian workers who ensure children around the world are supported, so that they can thrive.
Dreaming of a better future
Ahmad goes back to school with support from UNICEF
The number of children in need of therapeutic treatment for malnutrition keeps growing
Aminata and her team use a ready-to-use therapeutic food called ‘Plumpy’Nut’ to treat the children. It comes in small sachets that cost about US$0.35 each. Malnourished children must take two sachets per day until they gain enough weight to overcome malnutrition. UNICEF is providing 80 per cent of the Plumpy’Nut needed to treat acutely malnourished children in the country.