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Less than 11 months since Matthew, will Irma be kind to Haiti?
Haiti has been battered in recent years, by storms, hurricanes and the devastating 2010 earthquake. What will 2017 hold for Haiti, and how will she ...
Protecting Children’s Education During Emergencies
Education is a crucial part of any child’s life, but for children in emergencies, it becomes lifesaving. War, conflict and natural disasters have a ...
On the ground in Sierra Leone after mudslide sweeps away homes
On the night of Monday 13 August 2017, Sierra Leone's capital city Freetown experienced torrential rains and landslides. The Government has confirmed ...
We want to hear from under-18s on religion in schools
Young people have the right to have their voices heard, but how do you make leaders listen before you can vote? UNICEF thinks it has the answer - ...
LISTEN: UNICEF Youth Ambassadors talk Direct Provision on RTÉ
UNICEF Ireland Youth Ambassadors Natasha Maimba (15) and Minahil Sarfraz (15) gave The Ray D'Arcy Show on RTÉ Radio One a brilliant and insightful ...
The race against time to stop cholera in Yemen
After two years of hunger and conflict, the children of Yemen now face an unprecedented cholera outbreak ...
Mosul’s hope is its children – UNICEF reopens schools
Lani (15) wants to tell the world what Iraqi children are going through. She says conflict in her home city of Mosul "destroyed our lives", but there ...
VIDEO: Child refugee writes devastating letter to other kids
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and Syrian refugee Muzoon Almellehan has made a heartfelt appeal to fellow refugee children. The education activist is ...
Photo essay: 7 million children leave home in search of opportunities
The vast majority of child migrants uprooted by violence, poverty and climate change remain in Africa. Children account for over half of the 12 ...
Cholera response: UNICEF airlifts supplies to Yemen
In Yemen, UNICEF is airlifting life-saving medical supplies to children in areas hit by the world's worst cholera crisis. ...
UNICEF’s Report Card 14: child well-being in wealthier nations
The latest UNICEF Report Card Building the Future is the first report to assess the status of children in rich countries in relation to the ...
Hassan’s story – UNICEF Ireland Chief meets critically ill children in Somalia
Executive Director Peter Power has just returned from a fact-finding mission to famine-risk zones in Somalia. I first met eight-month-old Hassan ...