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Plan Int. Malawi
Plan works in Malawi to help children to access their rights to health, education and food security.
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Plan Int. Malawi Jun 20
No one puts their children in a boat unless the water is safer than the land.” — Warsan Shire
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Plan Int. Malawi Jun 20
The world will be destroyed by those who who watch evil-doers without doing anything. Refugee Day Quotes:
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Plan Int. Malawi Jun 20
Dzaleka Refugee camp staff commemorating World Refugee Day
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Plan Int. Malawi Jun 16
By 2040, I hope that every child will be fully protected from violence and abuse. By 2040, I hope to see African children benefiting from child-friendly legal systems. I hope that by 2040, African children's views will matter.
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ACERWC Jun 14
"Children deserve protection. The best interest of the child supersedes the right of the public to information."
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Plan Int. Malawi Jun 16
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Plan Int. Malawi Jun 16
Train more special needs teachers and ensure availability of disability-friendly facilities in schools -
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Plan Int. Malawi Jun 16
It is easier to build strong children today than repair broken men tomorrow.
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Plan Int. Malawi Jun 16
"We need to look into the root causes and not just the outcomes of early pregnancy and child marriages. We must empower girls to make decisions and the parents to ably support their children" -Daniel muchena, Country Director.
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Plan Int. Malawi Jun 16
"I want to encourage all the children to begin to make decisions about their own lives at a very tender age" - Daniel Muchena, Plan Mw Country Director
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Plan Int. Malawi Jun 16
Happening now. continental commemoration at Bingu International Convention Centre, .
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Plan Pan Africa Jun 15
Contienental celebration of happened today on June 16 in on a theme was part of the commemoration along with and other child focused agencies
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Plan Int. Malawi Jun 15
Education of girls is key in the pursuit of inclusive development. We must invest in girls education to ensure no child is left behind.
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ACERWC Jun 14
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Plan Int. Malawi Jun 15
We must feature and highlight the strengths of children to keep them inspired.
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anteneh bizuayheu Jun 14
Happening now:Children training in Lilongwe, . Plan International collaborating on the continental event to promote the theme for sustainable development
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Plan Int. Malawi Jun 14
Leave no child behind for Africa's development.
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ACERWC Jun 12
The Continental Commemoration of the Day of the African Child will be held in , on16 June on the theme "Leave No Child Behind for 's Development".
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