COVID-19 quarantine centre conditions must improve in Nepal
Chetana, a youth reporter from a Plan International Nepal programme, blogs on her concerns about COVID-19 quarantine centres in her country and what must be done to improve them.
- ChetanaYouth Reporter
Are you ready to fight together against the pandemic?
Manju, a youth reporter from a Plan International programme, blogs on the ways COVID-19 is affecting girls’ lives in Nepal.
- ManjuYouth Reporter
Rural girls' voices must be heard!
Radio is vital for girls in rural areas of Nepal. Neetika, 17, blogs for us about the day she hosted her own show to ensure that as well as listening, girls' voices are also heard.
- NeetikaYouth Ambassador for Plan International Nepal
Girls' Rights Wins of 2017
2017 has been an eventful year. Plan International's #GirlsTakeover expert, Philip Gonzalo Taylor, runs through the huge girls' rights victories that have come about as a result of global action for girls, by girls.
- Philip Gonzalo-TaylorBecause I am a Girl Communications Assistant
Nepal Quake 2 years on: Building a resilient nation
Two years after the devastating earthquakes of 2015, Plan International Nepal's Shreeram KC looks at the progress that has been made and the work that is still needed to make his country resilient to future disasters.
- Shreeram KCCommunications Manager, Plan International Nepal
Gender norms challenged in post-earthquake Nepal
The Nepal earthquake disproportionately impacted women and girls, but did it create a potential space for transforming gender relations? Plan International gender specialist Dr Shiba Satyal Banskota investigates.
- Dr Shiba Satyal BanskotaGender Specialist at Plan International
Mobile technology in emergencies – a lesson from Nepal
In times of emergency, humanitarian organisations are relying on smart phones to collect, analyse and process data. Gone are the days of manual, paper-based data collection; mobile technology is proving to be the way forward.
Nepal: a crisis in the aftermath of a crisis
Vital supplies are being delayed in reaching earthquake-affected children and families due to the fuel crisis in Nepal, blogs Plan International's Paolo Lubrano.
- Paolo LubranoDeputy Emergency Response Manager – Operations, Plan International Nepal
Nepal shows why we must fund education in emergencies
Just 1% of all humanitarian funds went towards education in emergencies last year – yet schooling makes a huge difference for children caught up in crisis, blogs Plan International's Anthony Davis.
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