What we do
UNICEF works to promote and protect children’s rights in 190 countries, including Myanmar
UNICEF’s work in Myanmar
UNICEF believes all children have a right to survive, thrive and fulfill their potential.
UNICEF is one of the longest-serving international organizations present in Myanmar. We have been working for children and families in the country for over 70 years, both in times of calm and of crisis.
Today, we bring that experience to bear in our efforts to mobilize support for all children suffering during the current crisis.
- UNICEF is working to reach the most vulnerable children, affected by conflict in Myanmar with critical humanitarian assistance.
- We support children affected by arbitrary detention and violence with quality legal aid and psychosocial services.
- We are providing alternative learning opportunities as millions of children continue to miss out on education.
- Our support for maternal and child health and nutrition, and for water, sanitation and hygiene, saves lives.
Explore our work to see how UNICEF is delivering results for children in Myanmar.