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The Beginning of Life uncovers ground-breaking research into a child's early years
The Beginning of Life is a ground-breaking feature documentary that explores the impact of a child's early environment on their cognitive, social and emotional development
Top five unique Valentine’s Day gifts that change lives
Spread love! This Valentine’s Day, show your loved ones you care by giving a gift that gives back to children and families who need it most. Here are our favourite picks for unique and affordable Valentine’s Day gifts that are sure to spread love at home and across the globe.
Growing perils for children online
As children’s access to the Internet increases, efforts to better protect them from perils online must keep pace. Today is Safer Internet Day, a day to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and raise awareness of emerging online issues.
Remembering Harry Black: A man who dedicated his life to others
With the passing of our former Executive Director, Harry Black, UNICEF Canada remembers a man who dedicated himself to the well-being of others, to leading with compassion and courage and to leaving a lasting legacy in his community and the world around him.
Saved in South Sudan: Nyajime’s remarkable recovery
Four-year-old Nyajime Guet was too weak to sit up on her own. Severely malnourished and near death in a medical clinic in Juba, South Sudan, she lay silently cradled in her father’s arms.
Children in crisis
Nearly 50 million children at risk as conflict and disaster engulf 48 countries
For the children of Syria, education is their only hope
Sidra, a 14-year-old Syrian refugee, attends one of UNICEF’s 223 Makani learning centres in Jordan near the Syrian border. The Government of Canada is providing support to Makanicentres across Jordan, reaching girls like Sidra with continued education and life skills.
Millions of children on the move at risk from harsh winter
Millions of children who are already vulnerable are facing a winter without warm clothing and heating.
Displaced in Jibreen: Meet the children we’re racing to reach
Since November 2016, nearly 315,000 people have been displaced from fighting in and around Aleppo City in Syria.
South Sudan is a forgotten children’s catastrophe
Three years of conflict in South Sudan have taken a massive toll on the lives of millions of children and women across the country.