Ahead of the London meeting of heads of state, Supporting Syria and the Region, on 4 February, a coalition of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) including Plan International is pressing for more funding and assistance for millions of displaced Syrians.
Through more than 500 projects across the world, Plan International’s Because I am a Girl movement helped transform the lives of more than 1.9 million girls last year – bringing the total to almost 5 million girls reached directly since the campaign launched in 2012.
Plan International has welcomed Zimbabwe’s landmark judgement, declaring 18 the legal minimum age of marriage, while all forms of child marriage have been deemed unconstitutional.
Millions of people are in need of food assistance as the strengthening El Niño global weather phenomenon throws Ethiopia into one of the worst droughts in decades.
Thousands of refugees are continuing to flee violence in Burundi and pour into Tanzania, where they face desperate, overcrowded conditions in camps. This photo story shows how Plan International has been working with a special team of clowns to help bring joy into child refugees' lives.
Plan International is bringing light to children’s lives as it joins hands with leading solar energy firm SkyPower to distribute solar kits to energy poor households, schools and health clinics in rural Kenyan communities.
Children with disabilities face discrimination in many parts of the world and are subject to profound levels of poverty and exclusion. This series of photos shows how we are working with communities in Togo to ensure they are included in everyday activities and access their rights.
With winter underway in Nepal, children and families in remote villages affected by this year’s devastating earthquake are in dire need of humanitarian assistance. But the months-long fuel crisis means essential supplies are not getting through.
Through its Girl Power Project, Plan International is working with communities in Nicaragua to ensure girls and young women are protected from sexual violence.