Where we work
Explore our presence and progress across the country where we are working to protect the rights of every child.
UNICEF in India
Children in Andhra Pradesh
The full potential of the social capital generated by the state has not been harnessed to impact the key social development indicators for children.
Children in Assam
Assam’s complex social, political and geographical realities have added to the challenge of providing child development services.
Children in Bihar
Almost every second person in Bihar is a child - they all have the right to survive, thrive and achieve full potential.
Children in Gujarat
The high prevalence of malnutrition, poor immunization coverage, declining sex ratio and child marriage continue to pose a challenge.
Children in Jharkhand
Jharkhand faces several challenges in terms of political instability, volatile socio-political environment and several systemic issues.
Children in Karnataka
More to be done to curb high incidence of child labour, marriage and trafficking.
Children in Kerala
Infant and neonatal mortalities and prevalence of stunting among under five children are lowest and primary enrolment rates in schools.
Children in Madhya Pradesh
Gender inequity in child survival rates is a major concern in the State.
Children in Maharashtra
Regional and economic disparity still confront the future of children of Maharashtra with their needs unaddressed.
Children in Odisha
There is still a lot to be done to ensure every right for every child in the state.
Children in Rajasthan
Rajasthan’s feudal, strongly patriarchal, caste-centred society and deeply entrenched social norms continue to impede progress in social development.
Children in Tamil Nadu
Infant and neonatal mortalities and prevalence of stunting among under 5 aged children are the lowest and primary school enrolment rates the highest.
Children in Telangana
Working together on a multi-dimensional plan to address stunting, wasting and improve breastfeeding practices.
Children in Uttar Pradesh
Life can be uncertain and, in many cases, cut short for children in UP. Each year, about 380,000 of the State’s children die before the age of five years.