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UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and football legend David Beckham spent Valentine's Day visiting children in areas of the Philippines devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.
Twenty-three children between 14 and 17 years old were released from armed groups in Bangui, Central African Republic, on Thursday. For broadcast-quality multimedia, visit weshare.unicef.org/mediaresources
Watch children, parents and teachers discuss what itâs been like for Syrian refugee children to return to learning through ânon-formalâ classes, in Lebanon.
The official reopening of schools is a positive step towards recovery in parts of the Philippines still struggling to cope with the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.
A Palestinian girl who fled the Syrian conflict with her family tries to adjust to life in a refugee camp in Beirut, but the challenges are many.
Because the Syrian crisis isn't over. Because children's lives are at stake. Because they deserve better than this. Because it's not too late. Because they are the future of Syria.
Don't let news of the Syrian crisis drown out the voices of its children. We can't lose an entire generation.
We can't risk losing an entire generation of children to death, fear and despair, because they are the future of Syria.
A childrenâs club in Nepal gives students different platforms to grow.
Syrian refugee children talk about living in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, now that winter has come.