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South Sudan Visit
Mother's Day- Leila
Mother's Day- Fung
敘利亞難民救援
Run For Girls
South Sudan Visit
Mother's Day- Leila
Mother's Day- Fung
敘利亞難民救援
Run For Girls

Because I am a Girl

Because I am a Girl

 

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One-off Projects Donate

One-off Projects Donate

 

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Gifts of Hope

Gifts of Hope

 

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You Save Hungry Children

After Ms. Kanie Siu, our CEO's visit to South Sudan in late May, we have been calling for donations to help hungry children and their families. I am so touched to see the active response from all of you in the past two months.
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Nearly 60 Students Speak About Girls’ Rights in the 3rd “Plan International Hong Kong Youth Conference”

In cooperation with the Department of Asian and International Studies of City University of Hong Kong, Plan International Hong Kong has organized “Plan International Hong Kong Youth Conference” since 2015. The conference provides a chance for students to study and discuss girls’ issues, so as to encourage them to speak about girls’ rights and nurture a sense of global citizenship. Such initiatives will contribute to the efforts in freeing more girls from violence and helping them get the education, skills and support they need, ultimately creating powerful forces for change in their communities.

Over 300,000 Households Affected as Monsoon Floods Ravage Nepal

Nepal had experienced the worst rainfall for 15 years over a three-day period in Mid-August, triggering widespread large-scale flooding and landslides. 143 people are reported dead and 32 are missing due to the storms.
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Youth eNews August 2017

CEO Message and Agency News 

Dear Youth Circle friends,

Living in Hong Kong, we often take the rights to security and freedom for granted. However, in some countries, people are deprived of human rights and considered as property for sale. 

Human trafficking is a multi-billion dollar criminal industry, which is the world’s third largest after drug and weapon trafficking. Click here to learn more.

‘Because I am a Girl ─ Be a Change-maker 2018’ Opens for Application

Plan International is one of the world’s leading development organisations specifically focusing on children, We strive for a just world that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We cordially invite students to join ‘Because I am a Girl ─ Be a Change-maker 2018’. Throughout an interactive process of ‘Learn, Lead, Decide and Thrive’ from October 2017 to May 2018, participants will take the first step towards becoming global citizens.

Because I am a Girl ─ Be a Change-maker 2018 Opens for Application

Plan International is one of the world’s leading development organisations specifically focusing on children, We strive for a just world that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We cordially invite your students to join ‘Because I am a Girl ─ Be a Change-maker 2018’. Throughout an interactive process of ‘Learn, Lead, Decide and Thrive’ from October 2017 to May 2018, participants will take the first step towards becoming global citizens.

China and Northeast India Floods Affect Over 1.3 Million People

Recently, heavy rains have been sweeping across Shaanxi, China and Northeast India, triggering heavy floods. The floods have inundated houses and critical infrastructure, affecting over 1.3 million people.
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Children are Not for Sale

In 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was proclaimed by the United Nations. It sets out fundamental human rights to be universally protected. According to the Declaration, all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person. Living in Hong Kong, we often take these rights as granted. However, there is a dark and evil world where people are deprived of human rights and considered as property for sale. Victims are trafficked for the purpose of forced labour, sexual exploitation, organ removal, etc.

No More Embarrassment for Kenyan Girls

In Hong Kong, girls can buy sanitary pads easily in stores. Yet, access to sanitary pads can be a tough challenge for girls coming from less well-off families in Kenya. They are even forced to miss school during their period. To ease the problem, the President of Kenya signed into a law at the end of June, which commits the government to providing "free, sufficient and quality” sanitary pads to girls in state schools.

Frontline Story: Ex-Beneficiary Serves the Community for Over a Decade to Give Back

Shreeram KC, the Communication Manager of Plan Nepal, joined Plan in 2004 and has been serving the local community since then. His association with Plan started 20 years ago when the young Shreeram and his family received help from Plan…

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