CNN has partnered with UNICEF to put the international spotlight on the global crisis of stunting – low height for age in children, which is the irreversible outcome of chronic nutritional deficiency during the first 1,000 days of a child’s life.
Changing diets and lives
Using water wisely in Jordan
Door-to-door success in Bangladesh
High-resolution portraits and biographical information about UNICEF executives.
Principles to assist journalists as they report on issues involving children at risk.
Our global communications team: who we are, where we are, and what areas we cover.
Key dates for coverage of UNICEF events and issues affecting the world’s children.
A series of country office case studies that highlight strategic and equity-focused initiatives.
Datasets and publications monitoring the situation of children and women worldwide.
A system endorsed by the UN Development Group for monitoring human development.
Social and economic policy research in support of advocacy for child rights worldwide.
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UNICEF’s flagship report for 2012: ‘Children in an Urban World’.
Details on UNICEF's response to complex emergencies: ‘Building Resilience’.
Report cards on strides made toward child rights and well-being worldwide.
Details on UNICEF’s results for children and global challenges faced last year.
Partners committed to narrowing the gender gap in primary and secondary education.
Partners for children: ending harmful practices, providing safe water, responding to crises.
Leveraging the strengths of the corporate sector on behalf of the world’s children.
Collaboration with non-governmental organizations – global, regional, national and local.
Videos made by youth
UNICEF’s online forum for young people interested in discussing major social issues.
Meaningful participation and partnership for young people aged 10 through 19.
Knowledge that prevents, attitudes that respect, skills that protect
Adolescents have the right to participate in matters that affect their lives and to freely express their opinions.
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Profiles of children