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GOH2017 - Kanie - EN
GOH - CEC - EN
BIAAG 2017 - Kanie
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South Sudan Visit

Because I am a Girl

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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 for 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…

Corporate Partners Show Support to Plan

Plan HK has always been grateful for the great support received from different corporate partners. Your support helps us improve lives of need children and their families.

In the coming months, Telford Plaza, Dramatic English and Do It Now will organize different charity events and we are selected as the beneficiary organization. Please support these events! 

South Sudan Visit

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Plan Hong Kong CEO Visited Malnourished Children in South Sudan

It is now more than 3 months since the famine broke out in South Sudan, yet, 5 million people - 40% of South Sudan’s population – are still in urgent need of food assistance. Kanie Siu, CEO of Plan International Hong Kong went to South Sudan in late May to visit families and oversee Plan’s relief project there.
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Ecuador Earthquake – One Year After: Let’s Help Ecuadorian Children Regain Laughter

On 16 April 2016, Ecuador was devastated by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake, the largest earthquake in the region since 1979. 671 people were reported dead.
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Nepal Earthquake - 2 Years On: From Relief to Recovery

A powerful 7.8 earthquake struck Nepal on 25 April 2015, which caused nearly 9,000 deaths. More than 8 million civilians (including 3.2 million children) were affected by the disaster.
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NGOs call for greater public support in Hong Kong for East Africa Food Crisis response John Tsang, Alex Fong, Onyee Ng and Chong Chan Yau Experience ‘A Meal for Meals’

A food crisis is threatening many countries around the globe, especially in East Africa. In response, Hong Kong Red Cross, Oxfam Hong Kong, Plan International Hong Kong, Save the Children Hong Kong and The Amity Foundation issued a joint statement (attached) to arouse public concern in Hong Kong. Together, the aid agencies also launched the social media campaign ‘A Meal for Meals’ for the duration of June in order to raise funds for those affected by the food crisis.

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