The number of children trapped in humanitarian crises around the world is both staggering and sobering.
-Anthony Lake, UNICEF Executive Director
2 million children treated for severe malnutrition
11.3 million measles vaccinations
Safe water for 22.6 million people
Psychosocial support for 2 million children
Basic education for 4 million children
As the needs of children continue to grow, UNICEF's work has to keep pace.
2.9 million children to be treated for severe malnutrition
11.7 million measles vaccinations
Safe water for 17.3 million people
Psychosocial support for 3 million children
Basic education for 8.2 million children
Cash support for 2.1 million people
The Syrian conflict has triggered the world's largest humanitarian crisis since World War II.
An estimated 13.5 million people need of urgent life-saving assistance inside the country, including 6 million children.
10.8 million Syrians have been internally displaced or become refugees, including more than 4.3 million Syrian refugees now living in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey.
In 2015, 1 million refugees and migrants entered Europe after arduous, often dangerous journeys. The proportion of children is growing.