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Rohingya crisis

Rohingya children urgently need your help. Donations made between October 31 and November 28 will have twice the impact with a dollar-for-dollar match to the Government of Canada’s Myanmar Crisis Relief Fund.

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    Educate a girl and she'll change the world

    Globally, 62,000,000 girls are out of school.
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    The Rohingya

    Plan International is on the ground responding to urgent humanitarian needs.

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