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A New Greeting Is Now Common in West Africa
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Global Handwashing Day!

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Prevent Deadly Ebola Virus

Advocating For Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene

Improving Lives with WASH

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Ebola Virus Update

Plan is carrying out Ebola awareness raising efforts and prevention campaigns through television, radio, posters, and mobile text messaging in Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Senegal. Help Plan combat the Ebola virus in West Africa.

Featured Country:  Nepal

Plan works in Nepal with children and their families, helping to improve financial situations and promote education and health care, particularly for girls.


Learn more about Nepal and how Plan is helping!


Cause:  Be Bold For Girls!

On October 11, we’re commemorating International Day of the Girl by recognizing the inequalities girls face on a daily basis, as well as celebrating their successes.


Learn more about International Day of the Girl and pledge to Be Bold for girls!


Featured Report:  Pathways to Power

Every year, Plan International releases its State of the World’s Girls report. This year, the report is titled “Pathways to Power: Creating Sustainable Change for Adolescent Girls.” The report was released simultaneously with Plan’s Hear Our Voices report.


Read Plan’s reports and learn about the state of the world’s girls!


Featured Issue:  Gender-Based Violence

Plan combats violence against women and girls, who are subjected to abuse more often than their male counterparts: Nearly half of all sexual assaults worldwide are against girls 15 years or younger.


Learn more about the issue and find out how you can help!