Involving men in family care and support
Nicholas, 46, is a single father who was unable to support his 2 children. However, following skills and money management training, he has turned his family’s fortunes around and is now supporting other men in his community.
New technology improves birth registration and health services
Healthcare and birth registration are improving in Kwale County, Kenya, thanks to some innovative new technology implemented by Plan International Kenya and partners.
Solar power provides new opportunities for female entrepreneurs
Women are turning the lives of their families around in Kilifi county, thanks to a solar power project from Plan International Kenya.
Good sanitation keeps girls in school
In Kwale County, we're supporting schools to build toilets that cater for girls' needs so they aren't forced to miss school during their periods.
Commemorating Day of the African Child 2017
To mark the Day of the African Child, children tested a publication designed to help them learn about the Sustainable Development Goals.
Girls no longer have to feel ashamed
Fourteen-year-old girls' rights advocate Joyce successfully called on her government to provide sanitary pads for girls.
Drought response helps 11,000 children stay in school
During droughts children are often pulled out of school by their parents. Our school feeding programme is providing children with meals, keeping them in school and keeping them safe.
Beacon teachers work together to keep children safe
School is like a second home for many children. This is why a team of teachers, known as the Beacon Teachers Movement, are working together to keep children safe both at school and home.
School children hit by food crisis in Kenya
Plan International is providing food and water to primary schools in Kenya affected by the food crisis to help children concentrate and stop them from dropping out.