Help build safer cities for girls like Ngoc
Almost every woman in every country will face sexual harassment in her lifetime. But in cities like Hanoi, Vietnam, it's widespread and constant. firma la peticiónfirma la petición
Ngoc was still a child when the daily leers and catcalls began. At 15, they escalated. While waiting for an exam in Hanoi, a man pulled over his car, staggered towards her and exposed himself. Terrified, Ngoc ran until she could no longer see him.
What happened to Ngoc is horrifying and unacceptable. But it's preventable.
Through our programs, Plan International Australia supports girls like Ngoc to know their rights to safety and to move freely about the city without fear. In Hanoi, we provide girls with basic self-defence training, and work with boys and men to encourage healthy and respectful relationships.
We're changing attitudes around sexual harassment and violence right across the city – for example, a live radio broadcast on public transport is educating passengers every day and we're partnering with local governments and policy makers to prioritise ending sexual harassment.
Join us now and together we will help build safer cities for girls everywhere!