In Gaza, childhoods loved and lost
Amidst conflict and devastation, a child is still a child.
Goods of hope: A UNICEF Canada Ambassador’s visit to our supply warehouse
UNICEF Canada Ambassador John Nsabimana on visiting UNICEF’s Supply Division in Copenhagen, and seeing up close the life-saving and essential products that once gave him hope as a child living in a refugee camp in Uganda.
UNICEF’s Halloween Orange Box: A child’s first foray into philanthropy
UNICEF Canada’s former Directors of Halloween on the beloved Trick –or-Treat for UNICEF program, the power of volunteers, engaging communities and what $125,000 looks like in coin.
World Teacher’s Day: Qualified teachers = quality education
As the world faces a global learning crisis – a qualified teacher can help deliver inclusive quality education to their classrooms.
Ayan's learning journey continues in Somalia
14-year-old Ayan will be going into grade 6 this year – but just two years ago she wasn’t even in school. The UNdaunted program in Somalia supports adolescent students with disabilities, like Ayan, to get an education.
All smiles for school
Some back-to-school smiles from children around the world as classes start in Canada again.
Youth mental health crisis: the pandemic fallout
The pandemic has had a long-standing effect on mental health, from anxiety to loneliness. Though the pandemic has ended, the impact it has had continues in dealing with grief and anxiety. Read as our youth advocates share their personal experiences on Covid-19's impact on youth mental health.
Women in Canada unite for a better future for children, everywhere
Women’s giving circles have enabled UNICEF Canada to offer collective giving that support global programs to create transformational impact for women, children and communities.
In Turkana, UNICEF helps Sharlyne recover from drought
Supporting children affected by the climate crisis.
Amidst conflict in Sudan, these humanitarian workers stay and deliver
As we celebrate World Humanitarian Day, UNICEF Canada celebrate six female workers from Sudan making a difference in their communities.