Two years after the most powerful storm to ever make landfall slammed into the Philippines, the education needs of children living in areas devastated by super Typhoon Haiyan are still not being met, warns Plan International.
Plan International is ready to respond after a magnitude 7.5 earthquake hit north-eastern Afghanistan, with tremors felt widely in Pakistan and India.
Six months on from the earthquake that claimed 9,000 lives and impacted the lives of 8 million people, the needs of children in Nepal, especially girls, children with disabilities and marginalised youth, must take precedence.
EU states must not ignore the vast humanitarian challenge set by the refugee crisis. In particular strenuous efforts must be made to directly ensure refugee children and their families receive appropriate treatment, including food, shelter, sanitation, education, psychosocial support and protection from abuse.
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The global Solutions for Youth Employment (S4YE) coalition aims to provide support to employment and productive work for 150 million youth by 2030.
As severe monsoon rains fuel flooding across Pakistan, Plan International is aiding evacuation procedures and preparing urgent humanitarian aid.
Plan International will play a key role in getting children affected by 25 April's devastating earthquake back to school by building and managing as many as 200 classrooms reaching many thousands of children.
Vital emergency aid is getting through to isolated rural communities devastated by the Nepal earthquake - but major needs remain to meet the enormous demand for humanitarian relief.