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.
Rebuilding Nepal starts with children and communities
The rebuilding process following the Nepal earthquake offers the opportunity to strengthen more than just the country's buildings, blogs Plan International CEO Nigel Chapman.
Child marriage in Nepal after the earthquake
Child protection measures, particularly those aimed at stopping child marriage must not be forgotten in the Nepal earthquake response, blogs Plan International's Katie Tong.
- Katie Tong, Plan International Adolescent Girls in Emergencies Specialist
A tale of two earthquakes
Plan International Head of Disaster Preparedness and Response Unni Krishnan compares the devastating Nepal earthquake with another recent earthquake in Kent, UK.
Nepal 1 month on: The emotional resilience of children
One month on since a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal and Plan International emergency teams have reached more than 147,800 children and adults with vital aid – including food, water and shelter. Here, Plan’s Adam Cathro blogs on the emotional impact on children and how child-friendly spaces are supporting their recovery.
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