Debunking Menstrual Hygiene Myths One School at a Time
Bahawalpur: “Don’t take a bath, don’t touch or drink cold water, don’t eat spicy food!” these are just some of the many myths adolescent girls in many parts of Pakistan believe to be the normal practice during menstruation. More


Kangaroo Mother Care Helping Preterm Babies Survive

Lahore: Komal Fahad (24) had become an expert mother when she had her first baby more than two years ago. During her second pregnancy, she was confident there will be no problems. Unfortunately, her second child was born premature. More


European Union and UNICEF Helping Revamp Basic Education in Balochistan
It is break time and children are excitedly heading to the play area at the UNICEF and European Union supported Government Boys’ Primary School in Mohib Ali Umrani, a small village in Usta Muhammad tehsil. More


Fighting Malnutrition in Sindh, One Child at a Time
Jamshoro: With the distant hum of a whirring power generation plant and the air reeking of burnt coal fumes, the women of Village Imdad Khoso have gathered at the small compound committed as a centre. More





UNICEF Pakistan Annual Report 2015
Working in partnership with the Government of Pakistan at every level from the local to the provincial and federal, alongside committed donors, NGOs, CSOs and private organizations, we celebrate important achievements in 2015, while recognizing that there is a long way to go before we can achieve the dream of a world fit for children. Read the full Pakistan Annual Report 2015 here.




State of the World's Children 2016 - A fair Chance for Every Child
Every child is born with the same inalienable right to a healthy start in life, an education and a safe, secure childhood – all the basic opportunities that translate into a productive and prosperous adulthood. But around the world, millions of children are denied their rights and deprived of everything they need to grow up healthy and strong – because of their place of birth or their family of origin; because of their race, ethnicity or gender; or because they live in poverty or with a disability. Read Report

Willingness to Pay for WASH - Contingent Valuation Method Study in Jacobabad
A study on residents’ willingness to pay for water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) services in Sindh Province’s Jacobabad city concludes that people are willing to pay a decent amount for better water services. More 

Transforming Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Services Through Innovative Mobile Technology
An innovative SMS-based technology is revolutionising delivery of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) services in Pakistan. More


Global Annual Report 2015
In 2015, UNICEF worked with partners around the world to make dream of fair chance for every child a reality. Read the global Annual Report 2015 here.

Humanitarian Action for Children 2016 (Overview)
This report shows some of our joint efforts and the results achieved in 2015 for children in need of humanitarian assistance, and what we will be working towards in 2016. Download Report

For every child
Health, Education, Equality, Protection