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Unicef’s work for children is non-stop – that’s why the Media Team is on hand around the clock for whenever the media need information on issues affecting children in the UK and across the world.
If you are a journalist and have a media enquiry, please contact the media team for more information:
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Latest press releases
Refugee and migrant children at risk as extreme cold weather grips Europe
With no sign of a let-up in the extreme cold weather across Europe, refugee and migrant children risk serious illness and even death from hypothermia.
UNICEF UK response to the PASC report on the Syrian Resettlement Scheme
UNICEF response to the PASC report on the Syrian Resettlement Scheme
Number of unaccompanied children arriving by sea to Italy doubles in 2016
Some 25,800 unaccompanied and separated children arrived to Italy by sea in 2016 – more than double the 12,360 who arrived during the previous year.
UNICEF Statement on deadly attacks near school in Yemen
One child was confirmed killed and four others were injured when two attacks hit near the al-Falah school in the Nihm district outside the capital, Sana’a.
Three months after Hurricane Matthew, Unicef continues to bring assistance to affected population.
4 January 2017 – Almost three months after hurricane Matthew, Unicef and its partners continue to deliver humanitarian aid to those most affected by the category 4 storm.
Unicef receives £16.9 million from DFID to tackle Southern Africa drought crisis
26 December 2016 – Countries in Southern Africa are approaching the peak of the lean season, following the worst El-Nino induced drought in decades. Unicef is today announcing receipt of a £16.9 million ($20.8 million) grant for life-saving interventions to prevent the escalation of malnutrition and child illness or death in Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
SOCCER AID RAISES RECORD AMOUNT FOR UNICEF’S WORK FOR CHILDREN
Unicef UK can today announce that Soccer Aid 2016, broadcast exclusively on ITV, has raised a record-breaking £6.6 million for its life-saving work for children.
Help your child become Santa’s Little Helper with Unicef this year
This Christmas, become a little helper and help Unicef and Santa to choose virtual gifts to deliver to children all over the world.
Winter is the latest threat to children living on the brink across the Middle East
20 December 2016 – Unseasonably cold temperatures and winter weather are sweeping across the Middle East, threatening millions of children affected by crisis in the region. Unicef is facing a £30.7 million funding gap as it races to provide life-saving assistance – including warm clothing, blankets and winter supplies - to children and families as the cold settles in.
Unicef statement on the evacuation of children from an orphanage in East Aleppo
Statement attributable to Geert Cappelaere, Unicef Regional Director
Just five refugee children transferred to UK from Italy and Greece in 2016
Only five unaccompanied children have been brought to the UK from Italy and Greece so far in 2016 despite vulnerable children continuing to arrive in Europe
The Government of Malawi and UNICEF announce first humanitarian drone testing corridor in Africa
The Government of Malawi and UNICEF have announced the establishment of an air corridor to test potential humanitarian use of drones.
Unicef statement on the situation of children in Nigeria
Statement by Anthony Lake, Unicef Executive Director, on the situation of children in Nigeria
Ishmael Beah, David Beckham, Orlando Bloom, Millie Bobby Brown, Jackie Chan, Priyanka Chopra, Angelique Kidjo and Femi Kuti attend UNICEF’s 70th anniversary event
UNICEF commemorated 70 years of tireless work for children with the help of some of the organization’s best-known Goodwill Ambassadors.
Malnutrition amongst children in Yemen at an all-time high, warns Unicef
12 December 2016 – Nearly 2.2 million children in Yemen are acutely malnourished and require urgent care. At least 462,000 children suffer from Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM), a drastic increase of almost 200 per cent since 2014. An additional 1.7 million children suffer from Moderate Acute Malnutrition.