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Current emergencies

Learn more about the emergencies that Plan is responding to now.
  • South Sudan conflict (forward)
    More than three million people risk going hungry as the full cost of the country’s conflict becomes clear. Plan is responding with aid for refugees in South Sudan and neighbouring states.
  • Philippines appeal
    Plan aid workers are helping survivors in the worst hit areas, having stockpiled water and shelter before the storm. Help us respond and assist affected children and families.
  • Syria appeal
    Children and families affected by the conflict in Syria need help. We are appealing as a member of the UK Disasters Emergency Committee to support efforts to alleviate suffering in this crisis.
  • Urgent support for children in northern Mali
    We are expanding our humanitarian operation to northern regions of Mali where the conflict began and which have been inaccessible up to now. Education and child protection are priorities.
  • Plan is helping homeless children in Guatemala after earthquake
    Having survived a powerful earthquake, thousands of homeless children in isolated villages in south-west Guatemala are facing uncertainty. Plan is providing long-term help.
  • Supporting communities affected by four emergencies in Niger
    Plan is helping children and their families in Niger to cope with four emergencies that have hit the country in a matter of months.
  • Supporting Haiti's recovery
    Following the earthquake which struck Haiti in January 2010, Plan is continuing to play its part in the relief activity and is committed to making a long term contribution to the country's recovery.
The plan
support the world’s poorest children to move themselves from a life of poverty to a future with opportunity
  • Where
    WORLDWIDE
  • What
    REDUCING CHILD POVERTY
  • Impact
    28.1 million children benefit from Plan's work across the world
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  • Opportunities are few for those who live in Jakarta’s slums. That’s especially true for children - their parents cannot afford to pay for birth certificates and without a certificate their future is extremely limited.
    17-Apr-14
  • Opportunities are few for those who live in Jakarta’s slums. That’s especially true for children - their parents cannot afford to pay for birth certificates and without a certificate their future is extremely limited.
    17-Apr-14

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