media releases and reports
Gains made to advance women and children’s health are threatened by conflict, the climate crisis and COVID-19.
Young Entrepreneur Sharndre Kushor celebrates her 26th birthday with the launch of a foundation and a partnership with UNICEF
COVID-19 has significantly increased education disparity amongst New Zealand's low-income families and those that enjoy a privileged upbringing.
UNICEF New Zealand today welcomes Brandi Hudson to the role of Deputy Executive Director – Child Rights.
For the first time ever, UNICEF New Zealand is fundraising to support Kiwi children and families impacted by Covid-19.
Boosting efforts to fight pneumonia could avert nearly 9 million child deaths from pneumonia and other major diseases, a new analysis has found ahead of the first ever global forum on childhood pneumonia.
Drone technology is proving a game changer when it comes to immunising the world's hardest-to-reach children
Te Hiringa Tamariki is UNICEF New Zealand’s tamariki Māori wellbeing model. The model was developed during 2018 and 2019 with the assistance of 600 Māori who attended hui in Hastings, Wellington and Auckland.
A sobering new report details for the first time the shocking levels of physical, emotional and sexual violence, as well as neglect, faced by children living in the Pacific and Timor-Leste.