The father-daughter team tackling teen pregnancy
This father-daughter duo knows that open discussions, education and sexual health services are all essential to reducing teenage pregnancy.
Reducing risks to improve lives
See how a group of children from El Salvador, one of the most violent countries in the Americas, are taking steps to keep themselves safe in their community.
Meet the young Colombians building a peaceful future
This series of photos shows how young people in Colombia are taking the lead to build peace and trust in their communities after 50 years of civil war.
Lesly: We have fun and forget about the disaster
After the floods that affected more than 130,000 children in Peru's Piura region, Plan International's response has started in earnest with the distribution of humanitarian aid to more than 3,000 affected families.
The river can take away everything except our dreams
After losing everything in the recent floods that have engulfed Peru, girls like Esther are on the road to recovery thanks to the opening of Plan International's child friendly spaces, known locally as the 'Plan of Joy'.
Ecuador earthquake survivors share their stories
A year on from the Ecuador earthquake of April 2016, children have learned to overcome what they have experienced and become more resilient to emergencies through child-friendly spaces installed by Plan International.
Daneli represents Latin American adolescents in Canada
Daneli is a 15 year-old Paraguayan young woman who participated in the 5th Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) from March 7th to 9th in Montreal, Canada.
Tackling teen pregnancy in Nicaragua
Nicaragua has the highest rate of teenage pregnancy in Latin America. With the support of our Girl Power Project young people are now educating their peers on the risks of becoming a teen parent.
Chicken farming provides extra income for families
Plan International Honduras is supporting 400 families in Jesus de Otoro and Masaguara to create additional income through chicken farming.