Ahead of Plan International’s global consultation on community-based measures to protect children from violence, Global Advisor Nidhi Pundhir blogs about the importance of working with communities to keep children safe
The new Solutions for Youth Employment 5-year strategy is a step towards providing opportunities for young people who are out of work, blogs Plan International's Delores McLaughlin.
As we mark 10 years of Plan International's Count Every Child initiative, much progress has been made, but there is still a long way to go, blogs Jonathan Mitchell.
Children are in danger of growing up invisible as a result of not having their births registered following the Nepal earthquake, blogs Plan International's Nicoleta Panta on World Population Day, 11 July.
The rebuilding process following the Nepal earthquake offers the opportunity to strengthen more than just the country's buildings, blogs Plan International CEO Nigel Chapman.
Plan International's Girl Power Project is helping Liberian women overcome some of the horrendous after-effects of the country's recent conflict blogs Jane Labous.
Plan International Head of Disaster Preparedness and Response Unni Krishnan compares the devastating Nepal earthquake with another recent earthquake in Kent, UK.
Plan International has put together a tool to identify and address risks to children in digital birth registration systems and show how digital technologies can support and strengthen birth registration systems, blogs Ed Duffus
The education system in Sierra Leone needs help to be rebuilt and supported to encourage students to return to school after the Ebola outbreak, blogs Plan International Youth Advisory Panel member Kamanda.