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Because I am a Girl

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Conference on Safeguarding Children's Best Interests

This Conference co-organised by The University of Hong Kong and Plan International Hong Kong, aiming to serve as a vehicle for thought leadership in driving systemic change in how professionals and practitioners working with children carry out child-related assessments and decision making in the realm of policy and its implementation.

Meeting their sponsored child for the first time, sponsors share love and care

The first Sponsor Visit was successfully held from 21-25 May. 10 child sponsors visited Ningxia to meet their sponsored child in person. They also went to Plan International-supported schools and community to witness how Child Sponsorship Programme is helping children improve their lives.

Scholarship helps stateless girls pursue their dreams

With an aim of supporting girls and young women to access their rights to education, Plan International provided scholarships to girls from poor families who aspire to continue their tertiary education.

A brand new school for Cambodian children

Thanks to donors’ support, we were able to construct a new school building with three classrooms. Each classroom is equipped with basic classroom facilities. 155 primary 4 to 6 students have already moved to the new building.

Nepali girls gain self-sufficiency

In promoting gender equality it is crucial to invest in women’s economic empowerment. Hence, Plan International launched a programme to support the growth of women-led business enterprises and develop their earning potential.

Busting period taboos to help girls stay in school

A 2014 survey revealed that 1 in 3 girls in Bangladesh did not know about menstruation before having their first period.

Five-year sentence for child marriage and rape victim

A few weeks ago, 19-year-old Noura, who stabbed her “husband” as he attempted to rape her, has had her life spared and sentenced to five years in jail instead. The conviction has sparked global outrage and put a spotlight on child marriage in Sudan.

Rohingya children in refugee camps are robbed of their childhood

Rohingya people, a religious and ethnic minority community, have long been persecuted in Myanmar. The outbreak of violence in recent years even forced almost a million to flee the country and reside in overcrowded camps in Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh.
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Spread love to Rohingya children by supporting mooncake charity sale

Charlene cares about the needs of deprived children in developing countries, and she has been sponsoring children through Plan International since 2014. Earlier, she went to Shaanxi, China to visit her sponsored child Rong Rong, whom she has sponsored for eight years! Charlene decided to donate her own-brand mooncakes to Plan International Hong Kong for a charity sale after getting to know about the situation of Rohingya children.

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