Emergencies

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Hope for Haiti

Guest blogger | 4 months ago

“Thank you for thinking of us,” shares Rosena, a mother of 4 girls who is currently pregnant with her fifth child. When Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti on October 4, 2016 it completely destroyed her home, and the homes of her [...] Read more »

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Meet Halima: A survivor, mother and inspiration

Lisa | 5 months ago

Halima’s a survivor. Born and raised in Sudan, she survived her country’s civil war in the 90’s, and escaped the ongoing conflict in South Sudan that erupted in December 2013. Now living in a refugee camp in Uganda with her [...] Read more »

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Building safer, more resilient communities in Myanmar

Desiree Buitenbos | 7 months ago

When a disaster strikes, preparedness can be the difference between life and death. That’s why Plan International emphasizes disaster risk management training in many of the countries where we work. With the right emergency response skills, countless lives can be [...] Read more »

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QUIZ: Which global justice issue matters most to YOU?

Lisa | 9 months ago

World leaders, activists and organizations are committed to the Sustainable Development Goals – 17 Global Goals that aim to achieve 3 things by 2030: end extreme poverty, combat climate change and fight injustice and inequality. And each of us has [...] Read more »