Sudan conflict leaves 13.6 million children in desperate need of humanitarian aid
Violence continues to disrupt the lives of children and families, who are in the midst of a catastrophe
UNICEF Geneva Palais Briefing note on the impact of flooding in Somalia on children and families and UNICEF’s response
This is a summary of what was said by UNICEF Somalia Representative, Wafaa Saeed, to whom quoted text may be attributed - at today's press briefing at the Palais des Nations in Geneva
Conflict and economic crisis drive food insecurity and malnutrition in Yemen
The food security situation in Yemen’s districts under the control of the Government of Yemen slightly improved during the first five months of this year, while acute malnutrition increased, compared to the same period in 2022.
100 days after earthquakes hit Türkiye and Syria, millions of children continue to face desperate conditions
UNICEF calls for continued support for the 6.2 million children in dire need of humanitarian assistance
Millions of children at risk in Myanmar and Bangladesh in the aftermath of Cyclone Mocha
The trail of destruction left by Cyclone Mocha – which tore through parts of Bangladesh and Myanmar on Sunday – is causing severe disruption to the lives of millions of vulnerable children and families, including many already living in dire conditions.
Unicef Canada and Paddington™ team up to give children a new way to explore the world
With Paddington’s Postcards, Canadian families can embark on a horizon-broadening adventure while raising much-needed funds for children around the world.
Armed violence plunging children into severe acute malnutrition in Haiti
Children bearing the brunt of the crisis are the most critically affected
UNICEF Canada appoints Sevaun Palvetzian as new President and Chief Executive Officer
Today, UNICEF Canada’s Board of Directors announced that Sevaun Palvetzian has been chosen as the organization’s new President and CEO effective June 1, 2023.
Sudan violence forces at least 450,000 children to flee their homes - UNICEF
Increased humanitarian response is urgently needed as an estimated 82,000 children cross into neighbouring countries, and 368,000 more become internally displaced
Geneva Palais Briefing Note: Horrifying numbers of children killed & injured in Sudan
This is a summary of what was said by UNICEF Spokesperson James Elder – to whom quoted text may be attributed - at today's press briefing at the Palais des Nations in Geneva.