In the 3 conflict-affected north-eastern Nigerian states, nearly 450,000 children will suffer from malnutrition.
Facing an unprecedented malnutrition crisis, with 460,000 children under 5 suffering from severe acute malnutrition.
Syrian refugee crisis
The refugee crisis is still the largest humanitarian crisis since the end of World War II.
Democratic Republic of the Congo
A complex, decades-long conflict has caused displacement and widespread malnutrition.
-Anthony Lake, UNICEF Executive Director
2.2 million children treated for severe acute malnutrition
9.4 million measles vaccinations for children
Safe water for 13.6 million people
Psychosocial support for 2.3 million children
Basic education for 6.4 million children
As the needs of children continue to grow, UNICEF's work has to keep pace.
3.1 million children to be treated for severe acute malnutrition
8.3 million measles vaccinations for children
Safe water for 19.3 million people
Psychosocial support for 2.4 million children
Basic education for 9.2 million children
Cash support for 1.8 million people
Millions of children around the world need us to remember that they are suffering, too.
In 2016, only received 26% of necessary funding
In 2016, only received 16% of necessary funding
In 2016, only received 11% of necessary funding