In the 3 months since the Ecuador earthquake, Plan International has been helping thousands of students return to school and provided 500 scholarships to ensure children don't miss out on education.
Plan International is joining calls for a lasting solution in South Sudan to safeguard the lives of children put at risk by the recent outbreak of fighting.
Plan International's new child protection study finds that children with disabilities are experiencing disturbing levels of violence.
At first glance, life has returned to normal in the Ebola-affected countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone – but many challenges remain. To mark this year’s Day of the African Child, 16 June, this photo series looks at the impact of Ebola on children and how we are supporting them to rebuild their lives.
Plan International is setting out a new purpose to guide all the work we do. It will ensure we tackle the root causes of discrimination against girls, exclusion and vulnerability, and champion the rights of children.
Plan International and girls from across the globe are highlighting the urgent needs of adolescent girls in disasters at the first World Humanitarian Summit taking place in Turkey.
On 18 May the Children's Emergency Relief and Protection Act was signed into law in the Philippines. Plan International, together with other organisations, played crucial roles in the passage of the act, which aims to protect children in disasters and emergencies.
Plan International's new multi-partner global research project will measure progress for girls and women to ensure governments deliver on their development promises.
Plan International is working with volunteers like Johana, 18, to keep children safe following the Ecuador earthquake, however urgent needs still remain.