Gender equality is essential to international development and can only be achieved by listening to the voices of girls, blogs Plan International CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.
The newly approved Sustainable Development Goals must be implemented and monitored correctly if the promise of gender equality is to be achieved by 2030, blogs Plan International's Anne-Sophie Lois.
Vital supplies are being delayed in reaching earthquake-affected children and families due to the fuel crisis in Nepal, blogs Plan International's Paolo Lubrano.
Now the Sustainable Development Goals have been adopted we need long-term plans to make them a reality, blogs Plan International's Amanda Lundy.
Providing girls with good water, sanitation and hygiene facilities keeps them healthy, safe and in school, blogs Plan International's Cathy Stephen.
Plan International's work alongside the World Humanitarian Summit team is driving real change in the development sector, including the engagement of those who are most affected, blogs Alex Jacobs.
Millions of children's futures are at risk as EU ministers fail to address the scale and urgency of the Syrian refugee crisis, blogs Plan International's Tanya Cox.
Education has become a luxury for many of the more than half a million Syrian child refugees struggling to survive in Turkey, blogs Sule Dedekarginoglu.
The work of Plan International-supported girl advocates is ensuring that girls' rights feature prominently in the Sustainable Development Goals, blogs Adam Vink.