Aid reaches previously cut-off areas
Plan International teams are among the first to get relief into isolated, mountainous, and rural parts of Nepal’s Central Region devastated by the earthquake.
Nepal 1 week on: Aid is getting through but major needs remain
Vital emergency aid is getting through to isolated rural communities devastated by the Nepal earthquake - but major needs remain to meet the enormous demand for humanitarian relief.
Urmila: When I close my eyes, I hear people crying
Urmila Chaudhary - a former kamalari child servant who is now a Plan International girls' campaign ambassador - was in Kathmandu when the 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck.
Nepal earthquake: These children are survivors, not victims
Nearly 1 million children require urgent humanitarian assistance after the earthquake in Nepal - but we must remember they are survivors, not victims, blogs Mark Pierce, Plan's Asia Regional Director.
Nepal: Heavy rains worsen humanitarian situation
With heavy rain falling and cold temperatures, Plan International is racing to get shelter and aid to children in earthquake affected areas of Nepal.