UNICEF reports on a programme in the Niger that provides cash to mothers of young children during lean times between harvests.
UNICEF correspondent Priyanka Pruthi interviews Erica Kochi and Christopher Fabian, Co-leads of UNICEF's Innovation Unit featured in Time Magazine's ' World's 100 most influential people' list
UNICEF correspondent Sarah Crowe talks to UNICEF Chief of Nutrition Werner Schultink about the compelling evidence shown by the nutrition report.
UNICEF correspondent Toby Fricker reports on a mass immunization campaign in Za'atari refugee camp in Jordan.
UNICEF correspondent Suzanne Beukes reports on a vaccination programme that is protecting Rwandan children from measles and rubella.
UNICEF correspondent Guy de Launey reports on a visit of the UNICEF Executive Board to Serbia.
UNICEF correspondent Chris Niles reports on a groundbreaking new vaccine launched in Somalia.
UNICEF correspondent Thomas Nybo reports on how solar refrigerators are keeping vaccines cool in parts of Haiti lacking reliable electricity.
UNICEF correspondent Toby Fricker reports on the arrival of a new playground for children in the Za'atari refugee camp in Jordan.
When children are denied their right nutrition from pregnancy to the age of 2, they suffer stunting. The damage to their development is irreversible. But we can prevent stunting.
UNICEF reports on singer and songwriter Katy Perry's recent trip to Madagascar to visit sites of UNICEF programmes. Produced by Eva Gilliam.
UNICEF reports on how new health centres and community outreach are targeting the vicious circle of disease and malnutrition in Chad.