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Working to build resilient communities and support children’s right to life with dignity and protection before, during and after disasters and conflicts.
Our Emergencies results to date
  • €134 million
    invested last year in the right to protection and assistance before, during and after emergencies
  • 67
    disaster response programmes carried out globally last year
  • 3,251
    Children accessed child-friendly spaces following the 2016 Ecuador earthquake

  • 19 June 2017
    Supporting girls in refugee camps to confidently manage their periods plays a huge role in keeping them in school and reducing the risks they face, blogs Plan International’s Zeynep Sanduvac.
  • 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.
  • 9 May 2017
    Plan International welcomes the release of 82 schoolgirls from Chibok, who were abducted from their hostel in 2014. Of over 270 who were abducted, however, 113 remain captive.
  • 25 April 2017
    With Nepal being one of the most disaster-prone countries, preparedness is a must. The risks associated with earthquakes need to be identified in advance so that plans to address those risks can be made. Communities also need to be made aware of what they can do to prepare and to save lives.