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Past articles by UNICEF:

Shrouded maternity – Photography and social change –

As violence erupted in Myanmar in August 2017 more than half a million Rohingya people fled to Bangladesh. Horrifying accounts of rape and sexual violence against women and girls emerged. Now, nine… → Read More

It hurts but it works! – Photography and social change –

Immunization saves up to 3 million lives each year. → Read More

The best start in life – Photography and social change –

In Mali, role model mothers are striving to reduce infant mortality and improve child health. → Read More

Every child deserves to survive – Photography and social change –

An estimated 7,000 newborn babies die every day around the world. → Read More

Children under attack in 2017 – Photography and social change –

For children trapped in conflict zones around the world, 2017 has been a ‘nightmare year’. → Read More

Sajad begins to dream again – Photography and social change –

It’s been two years since UNICEF met Sajad Al-Faraji, his sister, his brother and his mother as they fled conflict and insecurity in Iraq to seek safety and a better life in Europe — like hundreds of… → Read More

Waiting for a diagnosis – Photography and social change –

Babies can wait months for HIV results, but new technology can give a result the same day, speeding up treatment, and saving lives. → Read More

Violence scars children – Photography and social change –

In every country, in every culture, there is violence against children — some of them as young as 1 year old. → Read More

Born a Rohingya, and a refugee – Photography and social change –

In Bangladesh, Kismat Ara’s first days of life begin in a camp for refugees who fled violence in Myanmar. → Read More

Reaching the Unreached – Photography and social change –

The early years present a once-in-a-lifetime window of opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life. → Read More

Learning through play – Photography and social change –

The first five years of life have a significant effect on a child’s future. This is because children’s brains grow faster in early childhood than at any other time. When nurtured in safe and… → Read More

A fragile peace brings hope – Photography and social change –

Violence in the Kasai region has taken a devastating toll on children since fighting flared in August 2016. More than 150,000 children are missing out on education and more than 400 schools have been… → Read More

Water: a precious resource – Photography and social change –

The supply of safe drinking water in South Sudan has been severely disrupted by the conflict, as water points have been damaged or fallen into disrepair. Unsafe water puts people, especially children… → Read More

Leaving a fighter’s life behind – Photography and social change –

Helping children formerly associated with armed groups in the Greater Kasai region resume their lives. → Read More

Children are #NotATarget – Humanitarian Dispatches –

Tens of millions of children caught up in armed conflict must be protected from life-threatening attacks and violence. → Read More

Displaced in South Sudan – Photography and social change –

Six years after independence, the hopes and dreams of this fledgling nation have been shattered by armed conflict. → Read More

In search of opportunities – Photography and social change –

The vast majority of child migrants uprooted by violence, poverty and climate change remain in Africa. → Read More

Narrowing the gaps – Photography and social change –

Of all the world’s inequities and injustices, one of the most fundamental is that children growing up in poverty are nearly twice as likely to die before reaching their fifth birthday as those… → Read More

Reaching those in need – Photography and social change –

As fighting displaces families in South Sudan’s Upper Nile State, UNICEF works to deliver life-saving care and supplies. → Read More

Breaking the silence – Photography and social change –

Menstrual Hygiene Day, celebrated worldwide every 28 May, raises awareness about menstrual hygiene management. → Read More