Talk:Plan USA

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There's a notation requesting sources or references be listed for the article about Plan USA. I've added the information but I'm not sure if I've done it correctly. Would someone take a look at it? Plan USAPlanUSA 18:12, 12 September 2007 (UTC)

Thanks for putting in references. I've added basic citation templates to them which specify the page title, url and accessdate using the {{Cite web template. You can also add more information like publisher, format, author etc. You can just use <ref></ref> like you did; I find the templates useful as they help me remember what information I need! You can find a list here for different kinds of sources.
Do you know of any secondary sources we could add to the article? Newspaper articles, other websites maybe? For example, this seems to provide some information that could go in the article. This article too. I'm assuming these are talking about the same organisation. The Wikipedia article doesn't mention whether Plan USA runs a child sponsorship program, like it says in these references - it might be good to add something about that. What do you think? --Kateshortforbob 09:11, 13 September 2007 (UTC)

Thanks for the info. I've added one of the articles and a book Plan published. I hope it's okay. I'm going to add Plan USA's most recent annual report too. I'm usually pretty computer savvy but this has been difficult. I think because there's so much information available it's almost overwhelming. --PlanUSA 16:52, 13 September 2007 (UTC)