North America is one of the geographical regions where UNICEF is currently running programs for children in need. On this page, you will find more information on UNICEF’s work.
For many Canadians, we’ve been able to have our first – or second – dose of COVID-19 vaccine. But for people living in other countries, this is not their reality. Hear from people around the world about the importance of getting vaccinated – and why it matter for Canadians to #GiveAVax.
COVID-19 isn’t over for any of us, until it’s over for all of us. That’s why Canadian faith communities are raising funds to help increase equitable access and delivery of COVID-19 vaccines through the Love My Neighbour campaign.
Tips for navigating the vaccination process.
Tips for handling tough conversations with your loved ones.
Want to avoid stores and online shopping this Mother’s Day? UNICEF Canada has compiled our top 5 presents for Mother’s Day that really give back.
We answer the most common questions about COVID-19 vaccines.
In March 2021, UNICEF Canada in partnership with Fuse Insights launched a poll to help better understand the impact of the pandemic on families in Canada, and their opinions on COVID-19 vaccines and routine immunizations.
While this academic year has posed a challenge for students across the country who have been learning in a remote or hybrid context, it hasn’t stopped our amazing network of UNICEF on Campus Clubs from advocating and fundraising for world’s most vulnerable children. Western University's Campus Club held a case competition to address humanitarian needs in South Sudan, and the winning team shares their process.
UNICEF Canada statement on recent attacks on Asians in North America, and growing discrimination against Asians during COVID-19.
At UNICEF Canada, the Women UNlimited team are working with local communities to create change for children around the world, through a committed four-year donation. For International Women’s Day, we spoke with one of the members Beth Borody about how her passion for maternal health led to wanting to support mothers and children around the world.