© UNICEF/Rebecca Phwitiko | UNICEF staff are providing support following the earthquake in Herat province in Afghanistan.

© UNICEF/Salam Al-Janabi. Women and children wait to be seen by members of a UNICEF-supported mobile health and nutrition team in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

© UNICEF/Vinay Panjwani UNICEF are providing support for vulnerable children in Gujarat, India.

© UNICEF/Grace Ekpu A ten-month-old boy is treated for severe malnutrition at a hospital in Puntland, Somalia.

New UN-backed guidelines issued on Monday aim to protect, include and empower children forced to flee their homes due to the climate crisis, marking the first-ever global effort to address this increasingly major concern. The Guiding Principles for Children on the Move in the Context of Climate Change contain a set of nine principles that address the …

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The annual UN report on Children and Armed Conflict (CAAC), released on Monday, details the devastating impact that various forms of conflict had on children around the world in 2021.

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