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Six Months On: Bringing Hope to Those Survived Nepal Earthquake

In early October, Kanie Siu, CEO of Plan International Hong Kong, visited Nepal. She witnessed the scourge of the earthquake and learned more about the local situation and the progress of Plan International’s relief work.
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Plan International Hong Kong Youth Conference 2015 details

Co-host: Plan International Hong Kong & Department of Asian and International Studies, City University of Hong Kong; Date & Time: 26 September 2015 (Saturday) 9:00am – 5:00pm; Venue: Connie Fan Multi-media Conference Room, 4/F, Cheng Yick-chi Building, City University of Hong Kong.

“Because I am a Girl– Donate a Pencil Campaign” will be held in October

To us, a pencil is nothing more than a basic writing tool; but to many underprivileged girls in developing countries, a pencil may help them rewrite their own fate. The third “Because I am a Girl– Donate a Pencil Campaign” will be held from 10th to 11th October, 2015 at three pencil collection points – Telford Plaza (Kowloon Bay), PopCorn (Tseung Kwan O) and Hysan Place (Causeway Bay).

“Because I am a Girl– Donate a Pencil Campaign” will be held in October

To us, a pencil is nothing more than a basic writing tool; but to many underprivileged girls in developing countries, a pencil may help them rewrite their own fate. 

The third “Because I am a Girl– Donate a Pencil Campaign”

Date: 10th - 11th October, 2015

Venue: Telford Plaza (Kowloon Bay), PopCorn (Tseung Kwan O) and Hysan Place (Causeway Bay).

*Pencil collection time: 1pm-9pm on 10th October; 11pm-9pm on 11th October.

Joint Call for Hong Kong Public Support and Concern for Syrian Humanitarian Catastrophe

Plan International Hong Kong and other 6 organizations in Hong Kong are working closely to meet humanitarian needs of Syria refugees. We also call for Hong Kong public support and concern for Syrian humanitarian catastrophe.You may click the picture below for details.

Syrian Refugee Crisis Relief

The heart breaking picture of a drowned 3-year-old Syrian boy, Aylan Kurdi, washed up on the shore of Turkey echoes around the world.  Their ferry capsized in the Mediterranean Sea while trying to escape Syria, and his brother and mother were also dead, leaving his father the only family member to survive. 

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Floods in Myanmar and Pakistan Affect Over 1.8 Million People

Floods in Myanmar and Pakistan are still severe and have claimed more than 100 lives. Floods have overwhelmed many areas, damaged houses and facilities, and affected more than one million people. The affected are at great risk as continuous heavy rains are exacerbating their vulnerability.
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Nepal Earthquake Relief:3 Months On

Nepal was struck by a devastating 7.6 magnitude earthquake on 25 April, 2015. It killed more than 8,800 people and over 8 million of people are affected, including 3.2 million of children. Three months have passed since the earthquake. Though rescue operations are underway and humanitarian aid has already reached hundreds of thousands of people, children are still facing multiple risks and their needs must be prioritised.
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Invitation to Join Plan’s Donors Gathering – “Because I am a Girl” Campaign

Thank you for supporting Plan International Hong Kong! 

Do you know that almost 15 million girls in developing countries are forced to drop out of school and get married at an early age because of culture, religion, poverty, social norms and other reasons? According to UN’s research, in Indonesia, 1 in 5 girls gets married before the age of 18. Our CEO Kanie Siu will share about her Indonesia trip in May. She visited some child brides there and will let you know how your support can help girls get out of child marriage.

Invitation to Join Plan’s Donors Gathering – “Because I am a Girl” Campaign

Guinea – Classes Full and Fearless

Schools in Guinea are now back to normal, with classes full and lessons on track. As neighbouring Liberia struggles with striking teachers and parental fears about Ebola, the local authorities are ensuring that handwashing facilities and other measures are in place to mitigate people’s fears.

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