Plan International ready to respond to Super Typhoon Rai
Plan International is responding to the impact of Typhoon Rai in the Philippines, and is closely monitoring the evolving situation.
We urge protection of asylum-seeking and migrant children at Belarus-EU border
Reports suggest more than 5,000 people have been struggling in bitterly cold conditions along the border between Belarus and Poland.
World leaders urged to halt escalating hunger crisis
One hundred and twenty non-governmental organisations have joined forces to urge action from world leaders as 17% more people are expected to need life-saving aid in 2022.
Girls’ rights are a "casualty" of Syria conflict
A decade of conflict in Syria has led to a sharp decline in girls’ rights, according to a new report by Plan International.
COP26 has failed to recognise the urgency of the climate crisis
The world’s most climate vulnerable countries have been forced into accepting an agreement which simply will not be enough for communities already experiencing devastating climate change, with children and girls the hardest hit.
COP26: Children, especially girls, need bolder action on climate crisis
The result of COP26 negotiations need to be much bolder if we are to avoid the worst impacts of the climate crisis for the world’s most marginalised children, especially girls.
Plan International appoints new chief executive
Plan International announces Stephen Omollo as new Chief Executive Officer
We welcome UN Security Council vow to protect education from attack
Plan International welcomes the adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 2601 (2021) on the Protection of Education in Conflict, unanimously adopted on 29 October 2021.
Girls from Zambia and Zimbabwe lay bare impacts of climate change
School dropouts, child marriage and sexual violence: Girls and young women from Zambia and Zimbabwe lay bare the impacts of climate change in our latest research report.
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