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See Plan's projects in action!!

See Plan's projects in action!!

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    • Learn Without Fear: Children in Guatemala march against school-based violence and in support of Plan International’s Learn Without Fear Campaign. Child protection See Plan’s projects in action
    • Children’s voices: A boy submits his form into a collection box during a National Consultation to identify types of violence that exist in Colombian schools.
    • Youth raising awareness: A poster created by Indonesia's Young Hearts Media group to promote Plan's Learn Without Fear campaign.
    • Granny hotline: A group of Guatemalan grandmothers staff the Child Raising with Love hotline, helping parents solve daily problems of raising children in a healthy way.
    • Child advocates: Future paralegals in Kenya learn about child rights and train to deal with child abuse in their communities.
    • No more drama: Children in West Africa use theatre to learn about the dangers of child trafficking.
    • Youth government: A young girl looks over points suggested by children concerning child rights and safety at a youth group meeting in Honduras.
    • Drawing an end to violence: In India, a boy draws a picture depicting corporal punishment at school.
    • Listen to Our Voices: Children learn about script writing, animation and filming while making a series of films about violence in schools called, "Listen to Our Voices".
    • Broadcasting rights: Teens record a radio program to promote the campaign "If You Love Me, I'll Study Better" to address high drop out rates due to violence in schools and child labour.
    • Art therapy: Drawing by former child combatant of soldiers attacking a village with guns.
    • Raise your voice: Children in Cambodia rally against violence.
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