Through its Girl Power Project, Plan International is working with communities in Nicaragua to ensure girls and young women are protected from sexual violence.
Plan International is responding to the needs of children as the impacts of the weather phenomenon El Niño worsen.
African governments meeting at their first ever summit on child marriage must act now to end this practice. Child marriage is a serious violation of human rights, denying children their childhood.
Plan International is responding to the needs of child refugees in Germany. We’ve followed children as they cross cold and wet southern Europe to reach safety.
Research from Plan International uncovers the factors leading to high levels of child marriage in Asia and what can be done to protect girls from early and forced marriages.
Plan International is providing classes and school equipment for Syrian refugee children who have fled to Egpyt. This series of photos shows how we are helping children recover from the conflict and return to education.
In the 6 months since the Nepal earthquake, Plan International has provided vital support to children including those in remote communities, however significant needs still remain.
A global movement to ensure all girls realise their rights has taken root, said Plan International’s CEO at celebrations to mark the International Day of the Girl on 11 October.
The lives of adolescent girls in developing countries hold more promise than in previous generations, but pervasive violence still holds them back, reveals research commissioned by Plan International.