Across the world, children are facing an epidemic of violence. We have the power to change this.
From medical supplies to hygiene kits, Unicef is there, responding to the Ebola outbreak.
Fifty thousand children are in danger of dying in South Sudan unless they get life-saving food.
Every 30 minutes, a Syrian child is born as a refugee. Six million children have been affected by the conflict so far.
This week, Unicef UK supporter Baroness Doreen Lawrence met nine-year-old Isaac (left), who lives with his four siblings in Kenya's largest slum. Isaac's just one of millions of children around the world who face danger every day.
Read Baroness Lawrence's foreword to our report on violence against children.
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