Unicef has started recruiting gamers to mine Ethereum — the second-most valuable cryptocurrency after Bitcoin — to raise money for Syrian children.
The UN children's fund says attacks on children have reached a "shocking scale"
The flights carrying medical supplies and aid workers are the first allowed in nearly three weeks, since a blockade imposed on the war-torn country sparked an international outcry.
UNICEF is calling for urgent help for refugee Rohingya children in southern Bangladesh
The number of children blown-up has quadrupled so far in 2017.
UNICEF shared a video on July 22 of refugee school children living in Athens, Greece, talking about their favourite things.
The children tell the
Yemen battles 'world's worst' cholera outbreak
Half of more than 124,000 new cases in the war-torn country are children
A new UNICEF report reveals the number of refugee and migrant children travelling alone has reached a record high.
In the first three months of this year, 27 children have blown themselves up for the Islamist militant group, three times more than in the same period a year ago.
The future has never been so bleak for the children of Yemen.
UNICEF claims African women and child migrants are at increasing risk during passage to Europe and after arrival at the hands of smugglers, criminals or the authorities.
They were born on different continents more than three quarters of a century apart but are united by one common thread – escaping war.
Sitting on the floor of a community center courtyard with two dozen teens, global movie star, actor Liam Neeson listened attentively as young Syrian refugees – who may not have known of his fame – sha
Moscow has denied it was responsible for the attack in Idlib.
Russia blocks a French-drafted resolution calling for an end to airstrikes on Aleppo, while its own text fails to gain enough support.
Across the globe there are some 50 million displaced children, according to a new UNICEF report.
UNICEF is describing it as a “major humanitarian crisis.
The war has endured for more than five years.
In Yemen, more than a million children under five face the risk of acute malnutrition and acute respiratory tract infections according to