Keeping girls in education through COVID-19
Alama and 1,252 other young students from 46 PASS+ centres in Mali have received a learning pack so they can continue their education, as well as raise awareness about the prevention and protection measures against COVID-19.
COVID-19: New livelihood helps family cope and feed community
Savings groups and skills training from Plan International are helping this family in Vietnam cope with the changing situation - as well as providing food to their community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19: Sexual and reproductive health needs must be prioritised
Girls and young women have the right to sexual and reproductive health services, despite government restrictions of movement. Advocate Lucilene, 16, from Mozambique shares her fears for girls during COVID-19.
Helping girls manage their periods during COVID-19
Quarantine measures are cutting girls off from essential health services. This Menstrual Hygiene Day it's more important than ever for girls to speak out about their needs without shame.
Feeding more than 56,000 displaced people across Borno state
Following the outbreak of coronavirus in Nigeria, Plan International has been taking steps to provide critical support to vulnerable displaced communities through food distribution as prices soar in the country.
Woman struggles to provide for family amid food crisis
Fostina from Zambia describes the daily struggle she faces to provide food for her family in the face of drought and unpredictable rainfall.
Food distributions keep Zambian children in school
Children in food crisis-hit Zambia are staying in or returning to school thanks to food distributions by Plan International.
Food crisis-hit girl misses school to care for siblings
Samira, 14 is among many Zambian girls whose lives have been affected by the food crisis in Southern Africa. She’s concerned she won’t be able to follow her dreams if she is unable to attend school.
The young women taking on male-dominated professions in Kenya
Meet Kenya’s next generation of welders and electricians. They’re all young women who are forging a new path, proving that stereotypes shouldn’t stand in the way of anyone’s ambitions.
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