UNICEF: An Introduction

UNICEF was founded in 1946 to help children in the aftermath of World War II. Now operating in more than 190 countries, it has saved more children than any other humanitarian organization. UNICEF advocates for the protection of children’s rights and provides services to help meet their basic needs. Get started by accessing the What's Your ZERO lessons below! And learn how you can get a free poster too!

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In this lesson students learn about the work of UNICEF and create action...
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Estos recursos, en español para los grados 3-6, permite a los estudiantes...
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this resources, in spanish for grades 7-12, allows students to learn about...
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Throughout a challenging year, UNICEF’s people, programs, and partners have...
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UNICEF promotes the 1960s as the "decade of development" to move...
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UNICEF promotes the child survival revolution in the 1980s, to combat the 1...
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In the 1990s UNICEF's work supported the Convention on the Rights of t...
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Learn about how UNICEF adapted in the new millennium to meet global develop...
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Learn about the ways in which UNICEF responds to humanitarian crises.
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