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October 2017: Building on Tradition

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Letter from the Editor

Every year since it was established as an International Day of Observance in 2011, Plan International USA has joined the international community in celebrating International Day of the Girl – a day that celebrates equality for girls around the world. This year, we’re telling the world that #GirlsBelongHere – in corporate board rooms, government offices, and leadership roles, and in discussions that affect the political and economic lives of their communities and countries. We hope that you take to social media and join us in the conversation!

Celebrating – and fighting for – equality is a tradition at Plan. Since our founding, we’ve fought for equality and the rights of children because, without equality, poverty will continue to devastate families and communities. Whether you’re a child sponsor, a donor, or a supporter, we’re thankful that you’ve taken a stand to fight for equality and empower children everywhere.

Let’s continue to build on our tradition!

Celebrate International Day of the Girl!

In the New York area? Don’t miss what will certainly be a thought-provoking panel discussion. You can find out more about our Day of the Girl event here.

This Month's Articles:

  1. WATCH: Girls Belong Here!

    We believe girls’ voices fully belong in discussions that affect the political and economic lives of their communities and countries. Girls belong anywhere and EVERYWHERE boys or men belong!

    Watch our video and join the movement!

  2. Creating a Bond is “A Beautiful Thing”

    Sabine recently visited her Plan International USA sponsored child Keysi in the Dominican Republic, where she got to bond with the family and see Plan’s work.

    Discover how her visit was both emotional and joyful.

  3. Champions of Change: Unlocking the Power of Uganda’s Girls

    Plan International is helping to guide a political and social revolution for girls’ rights in Uganda, led by girls, boys, men, and women.

    Find out how these Champions of Change are making a difference!

Plan to make a difference!

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