Stories about UNICEF's work for children with disabilities
The project is a major step forward in a country committed to inclusive education, with UNICEF playing a supporting role.
UNICEF, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Sports and Youth helps Special Olympics adapts its Young Athletes program for home.
Special Olympics and UNICEF Jamaica team up to help children and youth with disabilities stay healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UNICEF works with partners around the world to ensure children with disabilities get a quality education.
During the COVID-19 school closures, regular exercise is more important than ever for all children, including those with disabilities.
On a visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Special Olympics gold medalist Lucy Meyer saw how social inclusion programs bring children together.
Children of all abilities play together at a new playground in Jordan, one of the first of its kind in a refugee camp anywhere in the world.
An important reminder to continue advocating on behalf of children who suffer discrimination and exclusion because of the way they look.
7 years of indiscriminate attacks and bombings have left a generation of Syrian children displaced, disabled and hoping for a better future.
Cara E. Yar Khan of UNICEF Haiti sheds light on the importance of fighting for equal rights for disabled children.