Guide to talking to children about COVID-19
Plan International Australia has launched a guide to help parents and carers navigate difficult conversations with children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UN's COVID-19 response must reach girls, women and refugees
The United Nation’s COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan shows clear commitment to helping some of the world’s most vulnerable communities. Now, funds and relief efforts must reach girls, women, refugees and the internally displaced.
Vulnerable groups must be supported in COVID-19 responses
Plan International is calling on governments to consider vulnerable groups as they respond to the spread of COVID-19.
Cyclone Idai one year on: food crisis derails recovery
The food crisis sweeping Southern Africa is threatening to derail recovery for countries devastated by Cyclone Idai.
EU must protect all children on Greece-Turkey border
Plan International has deep concern about the situation of child and adolescent refugees and asylum seekers arriving in Greece and urges European Union Member States to uphold their commitments to children's rights.
2.1 Billion Girls and Women Won’t Achieve Gender Equality by 2030
New research launched today finds that half of countries studied (67 out of 129 countries) – home to 2.1 billion girls and women – won’t achieve any of five key gender equality targets by 2030 if their current pace continues.
World still a violent, highly discriminatory place for girls
More girls are going to school and staying in school than ever before, but remarkable gains in education have made little headway in helping shape a more equal, less violent environment for girls.
14 million people face acute hunger in Southern Africa
Severe food insecurity rates across 9 southern African countries are 140% higher now than in 2018, primarily because people are being hit by weather extremes driven by climate change, according to Oxfam, CARE, Plan International and World Vision
U.S. Land Mine Policy Change Endangers Children
ChildFund Alliance, Plan International, Save the Children, and the Terre des hommes Foundation are deeply troubled by the decision of the US administration to allow anti-personnel land mine use by the US military around the world.
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