Giving Gaza’s children a last chance

Global Humanitarian Director Dr Unni Krishnan blogs on the imminent famine in Gaza urging donors to push for Palestinian children's last hope.
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Play is essential for children to thrive

Play unlocks a child's full potential and can also advance gender equality, blogs Nicole Rodger, Policy and Advocacy Lead for Early Childhood Development.
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Crisis must not stop Sudanese and Chadian children from realising…

Children have immense potential. Crisis in Sudan must not stop them realising it.
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Haiti’s children are on the edge and need protection now…

Haiti's children face severe risks and require immediate international support, blogs Plan International's Aurelie Surget.
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Haiti’s children call for the attention of the world

International support is required in Haiti as gang violence is putting girls' safety and futures at risk, blogs Dr. Unni Krishnan.
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Why girls’ fundamental rights are on the ballot this year…

We must show solidarity with citizens fighting for their rights in this critical year for democracy, writes Plan International CEO Stephen Omollo.
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Amplifying youth voices on sexual health and rights in radio…

Girls have been sharing their learnings from our sexual and reproductive health and rights programming on the radio in Benin.
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Gaza 100 days on: Stop the War on Children

Children never start wars, but suffer the most, blogs Dr Unni Krishnan as we reach 100 days of war in Gaza.
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Youth leaders call for gender equality and education at COP28…

Three youth advocates give their perspective on climate action, gender equality and education; and their hopes for COP28.
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Embracing diversity through inclusive education

Laxmi reflects on learning as a girl with a disability and shares her thoughts on the next steps to building an inclusive education system.
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Gaza and Israel: A ceasefire is the first step to give children…

Plan International’s Global Humanitarian Director calls for compassion and ceasefire, to prevent the death of more innocent children.
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Struggle and resilience of people fleeing violence in Sudan

In South Sudan, civilians who have fled conflict in Sudan struggle to pursue a better future, writes Omar Sabry, Deployable Humanitarian Policy & Advocacy Specialist.
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