Girl with disability becomes community leader in Egypt
Wafaa, 15, used to suffer from discrimination due to the stigma surrounding her physical disability. However, since joining a Champions of Change group, she has overcome this and has become a leader in her community.
The karate champion smashing stereotypes in Egypt
In Egypt, karate is considered to be a male-only sport. But Hagezeya is challenging this gender norm and has become an inspirational role model for girls and young women in her community.
World Refugee Day: Syrian children recover in Egypt
On World Refugee Day, see how war-affected Syrian children are recovering from the emotional distress they have experienced to help them start new lives in Egypt.
Meet the community rising up against FGM
In Egypt, 91% of girls and women have been subjected to female genital mutilation despite it being illegal. In this series of photos, see why a small community is determined to end the practice and give girls control over their bodies.
Syrian children start a new life in Egypt
This series of photos shows how Syrian refugee children are recovering from the stress they have experienced and are adapting to their new lives in Egypt thanks to Plan International’s Education in Harmony project.