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How UNICEF has impacted the lives of children since its inception and over the past year
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UNICEF and Duke to Accelerate 6 Solutions for Better Menstrual Health
How partners are working to advance innovations in menstrual health and hygiene management for vulnerable young women and girls.
How to Build a Better Humanitarian Tent
UNICEF's new high-performance tents are designed to ensure that children caught in humanitarian crises receive the services they need.
Building Schools From Recycled Plastic Waste in Côte d'Ivoire
Millions of tons of plastic waste is thrown away each year. UNICEF and partners are contributing to a cleaner environment by recycling it.
TIME Reports: UNICEF Midwives Saving Lives in Nigeria
UNICEF USA and TIME fly into conflict zones for an inside look at how UNICEF midwives save and protect vulnerable mothers and babies.
K.I.N.D. Fund Scholarships Help Stop Early Marriage in Malawi
Malawian high schooler Happiness Ndawu tells MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell: "If I weren't in school I would have been married by now."
Peek Inside UNICEF's Massive Supply Warehouse in Copenhagen
A big reason UNICEF can ship emergency supplies anywhere in the world in 48 to 72 hours: this place.
UNICEF helps immunize 45 percent of the world’s children.
UNICEF's lifesaving interventions have helped cut child deaths by more than 50% since 1990.
Despite progress, 14,000 children still die every day from causes we can prevent.
UNICEF works in more than 190 countries and territories to save and protect children.
Last year, UNICEF responded to nearly 300 humanitarian emergencies, many of them still ongoing.
UNICEF can ship lifesaving supplies to children anywhere in the world within 48 to 72 hours.
UNICEF works in more than 100 countries to improve access to safe water and sanitation facilities.
Since 2000, UNICEF has distributed 1 billion insecticide-treated bed nets across Africa.
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