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Plan Nepal

Earthquake response

Plan International emergency teams are responding to the needs of children and families affected by the devastating earthquake in the Kathmandu valley on 25 April.

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Plan has been working in Nepal since 1978, helping poor children to access their rights to health, education, economic security and protection.

In the hundreds of communities that we work with, there are difficulties accessing adequate health care and sanitation. The communities are often impoverished, which can leave them vulnerable.

Plan Nepal reclaims children’s rights through programmes and participatory activities that place children at the centre of their own development.

Currently, one of our priorities is supporting early childhood care and development centres to secure young children’s right to a good education. More than 30,000 children are benefiting from the programme.

Plan is also working with local organisations and government agencies to ensure that policies to protect child rights are central in the new constitution.

Where we work in Nepal

Nepal Map

Plan’s core areas of activity include:

  • strengthening health services
  • supporting early childhood care and development centres
  • providing skills and financial assistance to disadvantaged families.

 

More about what we do