Art is power: Nepali girls’ stories in online exhibition
Girls in Nepal have created artwork and shared it in a virtual exhibition to highlight their experiences, stories and demands during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Plan International Nepal refreshed strategy sets bold vision for girls
Plan International Nepal has refreshed its Country Strategy (2020-2023) in the changing context of the country focusing more on girls and achieving gender equality through its programme work. It aims to impact 500,000 girls directly by 2023.
Celebrating 40 years in Nepal, focus shifts to girls
Plan International is celebrating 40 years of supporting marginalised children, families and communities in Nepal. The anniversary also marks a strategy shift to a focus on girls' rights and gender equality.
South Asia floods put thousands of children at risk
Plan International has launched a multi-country response to flooding in the South Asian countries of India, Bangladesh and Nepal that has claimed hundreds of lives and displaced millions.
Support for children affected by monsoon floods in Nepal
Plan International is responding to the immediate needs of children in Rautahat District, Nepal, following deadly flash floods and landslides.
Nepal Quake: two years on, education must remain top priority
Two years after the 7.8 earthquake devastated Nepal, thousands of students are returning to new purpose-built schools, thanks to generous donations from the public.
Nepal 6 months on: what has happened?
In the 6 months since the Nepal earthquake, Plan International has provided vital support to children including those in remote communities, however significant needs still remain.
Nepal Earthquake: Three months on
The urgent needs of the 3 million children affected by the devastating Nepal earthquakes must be prioritised, says Plan International.
Monsoon threatens children in Nepal
Plan International is stepping up relief distribution to earthquake-affected communities as the monsoon season starts in Nepal – bringing not only torrential rains and landslides, but also a risk of water-borne diseases.
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