At Plan International, our purpose is to improve the lives of others. As a child rights organisation, protection of the children and young people who we serve is our foremost priority. That’s why we do everything in our capacity to safeguard those we work with.
The Girls' Rights Platform reveals the gaps in laws and policies that are failing girls and is set to revolutionise the way information can be used to advance gender equality worldwide.
World leaders meeting at the Global Partnership for Education financing conference made commitments backing girls education, but action must now follow the pledges if girls are to truly thrive.
World leaders must adequately fund education for girls when they meet at the Global Partnership for Education Financing Conference this week.
No country in the world is on track to achieve true gender equality by the 2030 target world leaders agreed under the Sustainable Development Goals.
Plan International Denmark and Danish children and youth development organisation BØRNEfonden are to merge, in a move designed to deliver greater impact for vulnerable children and youth in West Africa.
Girls with disabilities are kept in the dark about their sexual and reproductive health and often don’t know how to protect themselves against abuse, pregnancy and diseases, our latest report reveals.
With just 3 months until world leaders meet at the Global Partnership for Education Financing Conference in Dakar on 2 February 2018, time is running out for them to fund education for girls.
The majority of those arriving in Bangladesh from Myanmar are distressed and exhausted women. Among them are orphaned and unaccompanied children, child mothers and expectant mothers. Plan International urges the Government of Bangladesh to facilitate unhindered access to the settlements in Cox's Bazar so the child protection response can be scaled up.