Australia and Oceania 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.
To recognize the tireless work done by health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re spotlighting health workers around the world and why receiving COVID-19 vaccines is important to them.
2020 has been a challenging year for almost everyone. However, in spite of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, UNICEF continued to make strides in protecting every child’s right to a childhood.
As school doors start to reopen in some countries, what does it look like for students?
A pandemic through a girl's eyes: 16 adolescent girls from nine countries film their lives under lockdown.
UNICEF is working with partners to deliver vital supplies to help protect children and families around the world.
UNICEF has always stood by children through crisis and disease.
Vaccines can prevent disease outbreaks now and in the future. No child is too far for health workers to go, to ensure that every child in their community has the right to good health.
April 5-11 is recognized every year as World Health Worker Week and this year in particular, we wanted to recognize the efforts of just some of the millions of health care workers around the world, who – despite the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak – are hard at work to ensure children receive the vital care they need.
UNICEF sits down with experts to talk about how pregnant women can protect themselves and their babies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Children around the world - many of whom are out of school due to COVID-19 - need support from their parents right now. And parents need support from their employers.