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Under the Radar and Under Protected

Under the Radar and Under Protected

This Plan and UNHCR report raises awareness of the dangers and risks that stateless children face and highlights the urgent need to address their rights.

Mother to Child: how discrimination prevents women registering the birth of their child

Mother to Child Report: how discrimination prevents women registering the birth of their child

A study commissioned by Plan in 50 developing countries shows that mothers routinely suffer multiple barriers to birth registration due to local attitudes and discriminatory cultural practices.

  • Download pdf: English (786.0 kB | 16 pages)
Count Every Child Summary

Count Every Child Summary

This short report summarises Plan's ground-breaking work with children, communities and governments during the last six years of the Universal Birth Registration campaign.

Count Every Child in India

Count Every Child in India

October 2010 - The report documents the impact of Universal Birth Registration in India since the campaign launched in 2006.

  • Download pdf: English (3.0 MB | 36 pages)
Indigenous communities in Latin America want better access to birth registration

Indigenous communities in Latin America want better access to birth registration

September 2010 - the study looks at the various factors that contribute to lower birth registration rates for indigenous communities in Latin America. Indigenous people often live in poor rural areas, have problems with literacy and have little knowledge of their rights.

  • Download pdf: Spanish (28.0 MB | 136 pages)
Count Every Child

Count Every Child

This report documents Plan’s ground-breaking work with children, parents, communities, partners and governments throughout the Universal Birth Registration campaign.

Count me in!

Count me in!

The 'Count me in!' report examines Plan's Universal Birth Registration programmes from 2003 to 2006.

Universal Birth Registration report

Universal Birth Registration report

This report examines Plan's campaign for every child to be state registered at birth.

Birth and death registration in the context of HIV and AIDs in Eastern and Southern Africa

Birth and death registration in the context of HIV and AIDs in Eastern and Southern Africa

This report by the Inter-Agency Task Team on Children and HIV and AIDS looks at the importance of civil registration in protecting the rights of children affected by HIV and AIDs.

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Together with Plan I call on the Governments to change their laws and practices and help mothers register every child.

Anil Kapoor, internationally acclaimed actor