Archaic systems for recording and analysing the major events in a person’s life are being rethought and revamped in a big way – and it’s going to have a huge impact on gender equality, blogs Plan International’s Nicoleta Panta.
After 3 years of campaigning, girls in Guatemala finally have legal protection from becoming child brides, blogs Plan International’s Débora Cóbar.
A lot has been achieved in the 6 months since the Nepal earthquake but a long-term response is required to overcome the effects of the disaster, blogs Plan International’s Jonathan Mitchell.
Plan International’s youth savings groups provide young people with the knowledge and skills they require to achieve long-term financial prosperity, blogs John Schiller.
As Sierra Leone prepares to be declared Ebola-free, a long-term response is required to overcome the effects of the outbreak, blogs Plan International's Casely Coleman.
Every child must have their birth registered so they are able to access their fundamental rights, blogs Plan International’s Sophie Shugg.
Building safe schools and teaching children what to do in the event of a disaster can save numerous lives, blogs Plan International’s Rashid Javed.
Six months after the Nepal earthquake and significant needs still remain as families face the onset of winter, blogs Plan International's Mattias Bryneson.
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.