Radha escaped child marriage. Now she's a girls' rights leader
At 14-years-old Radha escaped from a child marriage. Now, at 24, she is continuing the fight for girls’ rights.
The changing face of fatherhood in the Middle East
Adnan and Abu are proud to share the household workload with their wives. They are an example of changing gender norms in the Middle East that will pave the way for equality.
La Siembra: the family tackling toxic masculinity through rap
Adriana and her two daughters are helping fight machismo and gender stereotypes in Colombia through the power of rap music.
Santina: I want to be prime minister
Last year, Santina, 11, from Timor Leste, took over the position of her prime minister for a day. Now she's determined to inspire girls across her country to become leaders.
Cash project supports children’s education in Mali
Conflict-affected families in Mali can now afford to send their children to school thanks to a cash for work project.
Mother spends 4 days in a tree to save her baby
To escape the lethal flooding caused by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique, Amela spent 4 days in a tree with her new-born child before being rescued by a Plan International search and rescue boat.
Plan International distributes 160,000 mosquito nets following Cyclone Idai
The potential for malaria and waterborne diseases to spread among Cyclone Idai floods puts thousands of vulnerable children at risk.
Plan International scales up response to Cyclone Idai Disaster
Plan International has scaled up its response to Tropical Cyclone Idai across Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi where hundreds of thousands are in desperate need of assistance.
Meet the girls who escaped child marriage
With nearly 1 in 2 girls married off before the age of 18*, South Asia has the highest prevalence of child marriage in the world. But girls are fighting back against this harmful tradition.