In the slums of Mumbai, India, children are more likely to go out to work than to school. This new video from Plan International shows how a travelling bus which doubles as a school is ensuring children still get the education they deserve.
With the support of Plan International’s Girl Power Project, young Nicaraguans are finding their voice and educating their parents and peers on the risks of teen pregnancy.
After over 3 years of negotiation and consultation, States have agreed to a global commitment to end poverty by 2030 in the form of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Through its Girl Power Project, Plan International is working with communities in Nicaragua to ensure girls and young women are protected from sexual violence.
The urgent needs of the 3 million children affected by the devastating Nepal earthquakes must be prioritised, says Plan International.
Plan International and Nickelodeon have teamed up to launch an exciting campaign, Together For Good, to engage, celebrate and reward children making a difference in their communities.
Plan International is responding to the needs of children as thousands of Burundian refugees continue to flood into Rwanda and Tanzania.
For the first time, the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva adopted a substantial resolution dedicated to child, early and forced marriage.
The schools of more than 1 million children in Nepal were destroyed by the earthquake. See how Plan International is working to get them back into education.