1. Building Safe Schools
A Plan International safe schools project in Rangpur, Bangladesh shows how the classroom can be an effective place to begin strengthening resilience across the whole community.
2. Climate-change proofing their communities
Louisa, 15, is among a group of young activists from the Philippines who have secured funding from their local council to help their community adapt to climate change and prepare for disasters.
3. Sharing stories and learning adaptation techniques
Since 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.
4. Building stronger homes
Binita is rebuilding her home and her life after a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck her village. She's also learning new skills and busting gender norms!
5. Learning about natural hazards
Young people from ethnic minority groups are learning about natural hazards in Vietnam. After 3 years of the project, 1,800 children, 3,700 adults and 540 vulnerable households have enhanced their knowledge and skills, and acquired sustainable livelihood methods to become more resilient to the effects of climate change.
Learn about our work supporting the unique needs of girls during emergencies: