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A day in the life of our Head of Disaster Risk Management for Asia, Vanda. She's one of 24 being profiled this πŸ‘‰ Illustrations by ✍️
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"I love my job because it's my passion in life. It gives me a reason to get up every single day and go to work. - Vanda
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Plan International 19h
. leaders MUST make ambitious and concrete financial commitments for gender equality in domestic and foreign policies. πŸ‘‰ πŸ‘ˆ
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Plan International 21h
Young people have the solutions to many of their problems says - but they're just not being listened to.
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. leaders have the power to transform millions of lives by taking concrete steps to support girls' education!
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Plan International Aug 22
To reach gender equality, we need allies. Campaigner and feminist Sifat on how boys and men can join the movement.
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Plan International Aug 21
After two and a half years of campaigning by gender-equality organisations Mozambique πŸ‡²πŸ‡Ώ have banned child marriage πŸ™ŒπŸ‘
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Plan International Aug 21
β€œTo do your best is no longer good enough. We now have to do the seemingly impossible.” - , Game Changer of the Year 2019 πŸ™Œ
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Plan International Aug 21
"I love my job because I get to support people when they need it most, which is in times of crisis." - Anne-Marie .
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Plan International Aug 21
Domestic and international education policies must ensure access to gender transformative education for all! The calls on Ministers to commit to inclusive education
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Plan International Aug 21
Every mission needs a PUMP UP playlist! ✊🎧 Here are the top songs that around the 🌎 are listening to to stay focused on their mission to . β†’ Art by youth activist Min Ji (Esther) Kim
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Plan International Aug 20
24 hours. 24 compelling stories. 24 women changing the world.
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Plan International Aug 20
Sifat has been campaigning for gender equality from a young age. He couldn't sit by and watch as girls were forced into child marriages. πŸ™…πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈ He spoke to us about how best to join the movement as a male feminist. ✊🏾
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Plan International Aug 20
In Ethiopia's largest refugee camp, a group of mothers are coming together to defend the rights of girls and πŸ’ͺ🏿 They're confronting the parents of those being forced into marriages, making them aware of the law and making sure girls get back to school. πŸ™ŒπŸΏ
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Plan International Aug 19
As a humanitarian you have to expect the unexpected, says Vanda. She heads up disaster risk management for our Asia region.
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Plan International Aug 19
Wandi works on child protection in emergencies This is what a humanitarian looks like! πŸ™‹πŸΏ
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Plan International Aug 19
Vanda was deployed to Central Sulawesi, Indonesia after it was devastated by a 7.4 magnitude earthquake. A day in her life there - illustrated by ✍️ Find her full story @ - one of 24 changing the world!
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Plan International Aug 19
Introducing some of the from around our organisation this ! Meet Anne-Marie . This is what a humanitarian looks like! πŸ™ŒπŸ»
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Plan International Aug 18
"The job of a feminist ally is not to dwell on these intersections but to acknowledge your own privilege. Use the power you have to support others whose voices are less likely to be heard." πŸ‘πŸ»
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Plan International Aug 18
From tackling street harassment in her community to taking the world stage We heard from Marjorie and other young activists as they took on the biggest conference on gender equality. Watch the full film πŸŽ₯πŸ‘‰
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