Global Families: Together During COVID-19
These are challenging times. Children’s lives all around the world have been turned upside down. All children are affected by COVID-19, no matter where they’re from, but the most vulnerable children are facing some of the toughest challenges. We must support each other. COVID-19 binds us together. Solidarity binds us together.
Supporting Children During Back to School
How parents can help their children navigate their feelings and protect their mental health during school reopenings.
On the frontline for every child
Despite disruptions, social workers, counsellors and helpline workers show courage and commitment.
Helping Trafficked Children Reclaim Their Lives
Human traffickers prey upon children in desperate circumstances who cross borders alone, hoping to find work to support themselves and their families. UNICEF helps them get home safely.
Youth Advocates Step Up For Global Action
Young people are speaking out on the issues that matter most to them and finding innovative ways to create meaningful change.
Coping with COVID-19
A pandemic through a girl's eyes: 16 adolescent girls from nine countries film their lives under lockdown.
Inside Look: COVID-19 and the Migrant Crisis
How is COVID-19 deepening the migrant crisis in Honduras and creating new dangers and complications for already vulnerable children and families? To learn more about how UNICEF has had to innovate and change course on the ground to deliver support and services, UNICEF USA sat down with Lea Beaudry, UNICEF Child Protection Specialist in Honduras.
Supporting Out-of-School Children with e-Vouchers
In Aleppo, Syria, a joint UNICEF and World Food Program (WFP) venture is helping children like Lamis and her family secure essentials, during COVID-19.
Burundi Needs More Soap
UNICEF has joined forces with soap maker Savonor to make handwashing cheaper and easier for children and families — and in doing so, strengthen the country's first line of defense against COVID-19.
Getting Cash Directly to Yemeni Families In Need
Former UNICEF Yemen Representative Sara Beysolow Nyanti reflects on successes and challenges of maintaining a massive emergency cash transfer program in the midst of COVID-19.