Distributing aid for flash flood survivors in Lembata, Indonesia
Extreme weather including flash flooding, landslides, and tropical cyclones, has swept across Indonesia’s East Nusa Tenggara Province (NTT) since Saturday 3 April, and could have devastating consequences if it continues.
Mozambique: Plan International calls for end to attacks against Cabo Delgado civilians
According to reports, dozens of civilians have been killed in a siege in Palma, a town in the Cabo Delgado province of northern Mozambique.
Solidarity with those affected by fires in Cox’s Bazar Rohingya camps
We stand in solidarity with the 10,000 Rohingya refugee families affected by the massive fires in Kutapalong Camp in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh. The humanitarian community and the Government of Bangladesh have worked together tirelessly to support those affected by the blaze on March 22, 2021.
Raj Nooyi appointed as interim CEO of Plan International
Plan International has appointed Raj Nooyi, Indian-American business executive with global operating experience and deep commitment to social development, as the interim CEO of the organisation.
Plan International stands by communities and young people in Myanmar
Plan International calls for halting all violence and repression against peaceful young protesters and respecting their rights to education and freedom of expression.
Concerns over girls’ safety in Guinea as Ebola resurfaces
Guinea has officially declared an Ebola epidemic, after a number of deaths in the south of the country are linked to the virus.
Welcoming temporary legal status for Venezuelan migrants in Colombia
Responding to the news that the National Government of Colombia will create a Temporary Protection Statute for Venezuelan migrants for 10 years, Debora Cobar, Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean for child rights and humanitarian organisation Plan International, said:
Plan International CEO to step down
Plan International’s board commends outgoing executive Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen for her transformative leadership and reaffirms the organisation’s strategy to become the go-to organisation for girls’ rights.
Venezuelan girls and women “in crisis” due to period poverty
Up to two million Venezuelan girls and women in Colombia, Peru and Ecuador lack access to the resources and education needed to manage their periods.
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