How to get indigenous people in the picture
It was a day of celebration as more than 300 stateless people got Thai citizenship.
Three generations of Kamalari
Our rehabilitation programme in Nepal encourages girls to break a traditional practice and form their own future.
How to get 230 million children in the picture
World's invisible children need to be counted.
Birth registration a tool for dealing with India's skewed sex ratio
More than half a million female foetuses are terminated in India every year. It's time to let India's girls be born.
Learning while playing
Through the support of Irish Aid, Plan International is implementing child-friendly spaces in the communities affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
German youth get creative with birth registration initiative
One Fingerprint at a Time!
Asian youth outspoken at important skills development forum
The event was a key opportunity to make their voices heard.
In pictures: Ganjam picks up the pieces after Cyclone Phailin
For many, it will be a long road to recovery.
In pictures: Girls in Asia face tricky journeys to school
There are all kinds of barriers girls face in getting an education. We think it's time to take action.
Playing for a brighter future
Chinese communities are learning that hitting the books may not be the best option early on.
Getting the right start in Cambodia’s school system
The province's first preschools are set to make a world of difference.
Getting school dropouts back on the right path
In India, 14,000,000 children under 14 are out of school -- most of them girls.
As India’s girls disappear, Plan works to let girls be born
Indian families often have a preference for boys, which is having a negative impact on girls.
Children use film to take a stand against sexual abuse
Proof that movies aren't just for entertainment.
In pictures: Parents learn better practices to save children's lives
For 75 years, Plan has worked in impoverished and remote communities around the world to tackle these problems, with a focus on improving children’s lives.
India's long-distance brides
India has a problem: villages are running short of girls.
Fighting silence with silence
See how children in India have been using mime performances to get others to speak up about sexual abuse.
Strengthening livelihoods to combat poverty and improve lives
See how Plan is getting people back to work in Asia.
Honing skills of young people to secure jobs, as 'youth bulge' enters the workforce
It's not easy being young and jobless. Here's how Plan is combating youth unemployment in Asia.
In pictures: drama drives home important messages
On World Theatre Day, we reflect on how performance can play a part in community education.
In pictures: Climate change crisis in Asia
See how global warming is impacting the lives of children across Asia.
Baby 7 Billion: A milestone for girls' rights
Plan is celebrating the birth of a girl in India as the world's 7 billionth person, to highlight its campaign against female foeticide in the country.
Making ground in the battle against HIV/AIDS in Asia
Find out more about Plan's successes in the global fight against HIV/AIDS.
In pictures: Why the Day of the Girl matters and how you can get involved
It's G-Day as the UN prepares to have the final say on whether to officially adopt the International Day of the Girl Child.
Women who marry young discover education, livelihoods and sense of community
Girls who marry early usually miss out on key opportunities that can benefit them in later life, but all is not lost as Plan helps girls get a second chance.
Helping girls and women who in turn help their communities
As we get closer to International Women's Day, we're sharing stories about how empowering girls can have a lasting impact.
Saving babies' lives
See how Plan is helping to cut death rates for newborn babies by 50% in some districts of Nepal.
In pictures: Children get hands-on with disaster preparedness
See how children are getting involved with disaster preparedness across Asia.
Children's films educate communities about disaster risks
Find out how Plan has supported children to make movies and have their say about disaster preparedness.