Girls are among the most affected during crises and disasters. In the discussions taking place at the World Humanitarian Summit, we must ensure girls are not left behind, writes Plan International’s Alison Wright.
Making all girls visible in statistics is a critical first step towards holding governments to account and implementing the girl-focused global goals, writes Plan International CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.
Food and water distributions are helping communities survive despite El Niño-caused droughts but long-term needs remain, blogs Plan International’s Jonathan Mitchell.
Empowering girls to follow careers in information and communications technology (ICT) is not only a matter of gender equality, but also an urgent development imperative, blogs Andrew Small ahead of International Girls in ICT Day.
The reality of the drought in Zimbabwe is heart-breaking and requires precise action before the situation spirals out of control, blogs Plan International’s Humanitarian Director Roger Yates.
Plan International’s work with youth savings groups is leading change in the way organisations work with young people in developing countries, blogs John Schiller after visiting groups in Zambia.
Two years after the West Africa Ebola outbreak, Plan International Sierra Leone Youth Advisory Panel member Kamanda Kamara blogs about young people’s participation in the struggle to contain the virus, and how their brave work has contributed to lasting change in their communities.
Enterprising staff and strong corporate partnerships reinforce Plan International India's ability to deliver life-changing programmes for young people, blogs Plan International CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen
Sometimes, seemingly small steps can bring about quite extraordinary change. Nowhere is that more evident than in the way we raise our children, blogs Vernor Muñoz, Plan International’s Global Advisor on Education.