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November 2016: Are you inspired?

During the month of October, a youth delegation from El Salvador, Uganda, and the United States visited New York City to advocate for girls’ rights and gender equality.

October 2016: Empowerment

This year, we’re flipping the script and no longer discussing what an empowered girl CAN do, but rather what an empowered girl WILL do. She WILL shape her own future. And, she WILL make a difference in the world.

August 2016: We’re in This Together

At Plan International USA, our donors, sponsors, and supporters are some of the best in the world. This month, we're reporting back on the Youth Leadership Academy and sharing the story of one child sponsor who has partnered with Plan to help Syrian Refugees in Egypt. 

July 2016: Unlock the Future

Nupur, a Plan International youth ambassador from Bangladesh, attended the Gender 360 Summit in Washington D.C. Watch the video. 

June 2016: Leading the Charge

This June, Plan will highlight our work as leaders in gender equality programming at the third annual Gender 360 Summit. 

May 2016: Believe in Resilience

“Resiliency” isn’t just found after a disaster. Resiliency can be seen in the collective success of communities fighting malaria, which was highlighted during World Malaria Day last week.

April 2016: With Spring Comes Hope

This month, there is more reason for hope. While this spring marks the two-year anniversary of the Ebola virus that devastated West Africa and the one-year anniversary of an earthquake that ravaged Nepal, we should recognize the work we’ve accomplished together in both instances and renew our commitment to continued progress.

March 2016: An Exciting Time

Plan International reports back on the drought in Ethiopia and shares the story of Mindi, a Plan International USA Child Sponsor, who traveled to Cambodia to meet her sponsored child for the very first time.

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