Rohingya refugee children in Cox’s Bazar at risk from flooding and landslides in monsoon rains

Education for over 60,000 Rohingya children in camps and host communities is disrupted because of damage to learning centres A Mother secures her family’s makeshift home at a camp for Rohingya refugees, Bangladesh DUBLIN / COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh/NEW YORK, 9 July 2019 – Thousands of children and families living in the Rohingya refugee camps and … Continued

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Henrietta Fore on situation of migrant children and families in the U.S

UNICEF delivers health supplies for 70,000 people in Gaza

770,000 children under 5 in DRC suffer from acute malnutrition

UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham visits Indonesia to meet children tackling violence and bullying

12,000 Rohingya children flee to Bangladesh weekly

UNICEF Ambassador Priyanka Chopra meets child survivors of sexual violence in Zimbabwe

UNICEF statement on recent case of sexual violence in India

“If you try to run, they shoot you, if you stop working they beat you. It was just like the slave trade.”