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Girls in Hanoi are using the video game Minecraft to make cities much safer places to live, work and play... really!
Girls in Hanoi are using the video game Minecraft to make cities

Building a safer Hanoi for girls with Minecraft

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04/27/2017 at 15:54. Facebook
Girls must have the chance to learn digital skills to truly have equal opportunities, writes Plan International CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen on International Girls in ICT Day.
Girls must have the chance to learn digital skills to truly have

Gender equality impossible without digital skills for girls

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Boazinho Ogallah
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Plan International
04/27/2017 at 10:04. Facebook
Girls cannot advance in the world of technology if they don't have the access!

Explore the 360 to find out what's stopping girls and women from getting ahead.

Learn more about how the world can unlock the power of #digitalgirls this #GirlsinICT day:
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Girls cannot advance in the world of technology if they don't have the access
John Barrett Trew
Isabel Castro
Thilde Rex
Plan International
Plan International
04/26/2017 at 13:26. Facebook
When girls and women have access to technology and digital training, they thrive! See the differences between girls who are connected… and disconnected.
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Zoya Tariq
Benyamin Modesty
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Plan International
04/25/2017 at 09:37. Facebook
Today marks *2 years* since the Nepal earthquake that brought down villages and disrupted children's lives.

Since then, Plan International has raised €27.7 million to help 293,365 individuals – including 120,279 children. Thank you.
Today marks 2 years since the Nepal earthquake that brought down villages

Two years on after the Nepal earthquake

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Ignatius Chitambo
Liton Debnath
Justine Eunice
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Plan International
04/24/2017 at 13:12. Facebook
There's a crisis going on. Children are dying and food is scarce. But does anyone even *care* about those affected by the food crisis in East Africa?

More concerning than the rising tide of apathy is the level of hatred aimed at people affected by the South Sudan crisis, blogs Plan International CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen for Huffington Post UK
Theres a crisis going on Children are dying and food is scarce

Why critics of South Sudan humanitarian aid have got it wrong

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04/23/2017 at 11:24. Facebook
Tuesday 25 April marks 2 years since earthquakes devastated Nepal. And many of our lovely supporters contributed to Plan International’s recovery efforts to get children and their families back on their feet again – thank you!

Here’s the progress that’s been made…
Tuesday 25 April marks 2 years since earthquakes devastated Nepal And many

Nepal earthquake response

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Imran Karamat
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Plan International
04/22/2017 at 11:15. Facebook
“So far, I have fully constructed three homes, and am currently rebuilding another house.”

Twenty-year-old Binita says women can do anything a man can do, as she rebuilds her village after the 2015 Nepal earthquakes.
So far I have fully constructed three homes and am currently rebuilding

Building back futures in Nepal brick by brick

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Jochen Stührmann
Christiane Dethlefs
Justine Eunice
This is Dawele, a 14-year-old girl from Ethiopia. She's been forced to leave school... why? To collect water that will keep her family alive.
This is Dawele a 14yearold girl from Ethiopia Shes been forced to

Out of school to search for water

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Justine Eunice
Motuma Fufa
Ignatius Chitambo
Gender inequality is one of the root causes of global poverty. We must prioritise girls to achieve the world’s global goals!
Gender inequality is one of the root causes of global poverty We
Boazinho Ogallah
Patrick Maro
Justine Eunice
This sparky Egyptian teen is standing up and speaking out on behalf of girls in her community - go, Hebatallah!
This sparky Egyptian teen is standing up and speaking out on behalf
Michael Kuchibanda
Ikram Khan
Salum Liyoka
When the earthquake struck I was home alone. That's why being in an enclosed space for long was difficult for me. Thanks to Plan International I'm already losing the fear of having my house fall down on me." - Erika, 10.

One year on from the Ecuador earthquake, young people are learning to overcome trauma through our child-friendly spaces or 'Intelligence Factories'.

Read their stories➡
When the earthquake struck I was home alone Thats why being in

One year on: Ecuador quake survivors share their stories

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Onesmus Kilonzo
“If the children cannot go to school, the school should go to the children.”

A ‘School on Wheels’ travels around Mumbai offering working children a golden opportunity to learn.

Take a look:
“If the children cannot go to school the school should go to the children”

All aboard the Mumbai school bus

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Kristina Telge
Amicale Solidaire
In Kenya, the food crisis and drought are affecting the lives of 2.7 million people.

“Sometimes I am too weak to go to school. Before I would carry lunch to school but now this is not possible. We don’t have enough to spare.” - Juma, 13.
In Kenya the food crisis and drought are affecting the lives of 27 million people

Vital supplies for families hit by food crisis

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Dasani Elmorara
Otim Gabriel
The *latest photos* from Lakes State, one of the worst-hit crisis areas in South Sudan, show food support reaching families in desperate need.

However, the crisis is escalating and supplies are quickly running out.
The latest photos from Lakes State one of the worsthit crisis areas

Food support for desperate families in South Sudan

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Dasani Elmorara
How can we achieve gender equality by 2030?

Here are six pathways ➡ [ Bit.ly Link ]
How can we achieve gender equality by 2030
Peter Lungu
Instead of going to school, Bol has become the main provider of food for his entire family.
Instead of going to school Bol has become the main provider of food for his entire family

The 7-year-old who fishes for his family's survival

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Otim Gabriel
Liz Leiden
After being forced from their homes by Boko Haram, our safe spaces are allowing children to learn and play again.
After being forced from their homes by Boko Haram our safe spaces

Safe spaces for survivors of Boko Haram attacks

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“During my journey to school, I met an older man. He was 29 and I was 14,” says Jennifer. “He kept asking me to go out with him. Eventually, I said yes."

Girls like Jennifer are teaching their peers how to protect themselves and avoid teen pregnancy in Nicaragua.
During my journey to school I met an older man He was

Girl Power project tackles teen pregnancy in Nicaragua

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