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The netiquettes needed for cyber safety

18 December 2018

Mau, 16, from Southern Leyte in the Philippines shares 3 ways for children and young people to keep themselves safe online.

  • Mau
    Young campaigner against child trafficking
Lesly was forced to abandon her home after floods in Peru

Girls build resilience through disaster risk reduction

23 May 2017

Including children and youth in disaster risk reduction (DRR) decision-making processes can positively impact whole communities. Our experts in disaster risk management (DRM) and resilience Gloria Garcia and Jessica Cooke explain.

  • Gloria Garcia
    Disaster Risk Management Programme Specialist

A call for real climate action

21 January 2016

Marinel, 18, is a young advocate and Typhoon Haiyan survivor who has been raising awareness on the risks of climate change through Plan International Philippines’ projects in Eastern Visayas, Philippines. She attended COP21 in Paris as part of a youth delegation and blogs about her thoughts on the Paris Agreement here.

  • Marinel
    Plan International Philippines advocate
Children walking with their new Plan school bags

Now the storm has passed

8 November 2014

A year on since Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Philippines and our work to deliver aid and help communities build back better continues, blogs Plan CEO Nigel Chapman. 

Girl at a Plan-supported day care session for typhoon-affected children in Guiuan

Six months after Typhoon Haiyan

14 May 2014

Rebuilding and recovery efforts after the super typhoon are far from over, blogs Plan International Philippines Country Director Carin Van Der Hor.

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Lessons from Haiyan

27 January 2014

How can aid agencies be more accountable to people? Alex Jacobs, Director of Programme Quality at Plan International, shares lessons from Typhoon Haiyan.

  • Alex Jacobs
    Former Director of Programme Quality, Plan International Headquarters