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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.

Nepal Health Project

As the health infrastructure is not well-developed in Nepal, pregnant women and newborns might face higher risk of death. It is reported that among 10,000 pregnant women, 218 died of heavy bleeding, eclampsia, infection during and after delivery. For infants, 213, among 1000 of them, died of infection, low body temperature, low birth weight and asphyxia.
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“Plan International Hong Kong Youth Conference” Invites Local Youth to Speak About Girls’ Rights

Millions of girls worldwide, with the majority of them living in developing countries, are often denied their basic human rights, including healthcare and education, and are exposed to risks like child marriage, early pregnancy and sexual violence. Each year, around 17.4 million girls are forced into early marriage, which equals to 1 in every 2 seconds. Currently, 62 million girls are school dropouts.

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Mother's Day- Fung

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Mother’s Day Special: 22 Daughters Raised By a Loving “Mother”

To honour motherhood, we celebrate Mother’s Day on the second Sunday of May every year. This Mother’s Day, Plan International Hong Kong has invited our child sponsor, Fung to share their moments with their lovable children and the reason why she became a child sponsor. After a critical, life-threatening incident, Fung decided to become a child sponsor to help more needy children.

1,000 Female Participated in “Run For Girls”

Millions of girls worldwide, with the majority of them living in developing countries, are often exposed to risks like child marriage, early pregnancy and sexual violence. Each year, around 17.4 million girls are forced into early marriage, which equals to 1 in every 2 seconds. To fight for and promote girls’ rights and justice, Plan International Hong Kong and women’s magazine Cosmopolitan co-organised the first “Run For Girls” charity run on 9th April 2017. Nearly 1,000 female enrolled in 10.11Km or 3Km run.

‘Because I am a Girl – Exposure Trip 2017’ held with success

In order to understand the dire situation of girls in low income countries, 12 Hong Kong youth participated in the 8-day “Because I am a Girl- Exposure Trip 2017” in the Philippines organised by Plan International Hong Kong, sponsored by the Home Affairs Bureau and the Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education. The participants were provided an opportunity to engage in Plan International’s Real Assets for Improved Skills and Education (RAISE) project in Northern Samar. They also exchanged views on girls’ issues with local youth and filmed the discussions.

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