The G7 Declaration to educate and empower girls in crisis situations, supported with a $2.9bn global commitment, will benefit more than eight million children worldwide.
The needs of the children, especially girls, affected by the volcanic eruptions in Guatemala must be a top priority for the international community.
Plan International reports that half a decade of conflict compounded by food crisis is having a catastrophic impact on the lives of adolescent girls in South Sudan with many left feeling suicidal.
A 19-year-old victim of child marriage and rape has been condemned to death in Sudan. This tragic case illustrates why child marriage must be banned.
An innovative new app developed by the government of Bangladesh and Plan International is being rolled out across the country after stopping over 3,700 child marriages in only 6 months.
Plan International is delighted to confirm that its three members of staff who were detained in South Sudan have today been freed.
The failure of international donors to meet the UN’s funding target for Syrian refugees will put the lives of millions of children at risk over the coming year.
Plan International is aware of an ongoing security situation involving three members of staff in South Sudan. They, along with aid workers from other humanitarian and UN agencies, went missing on 25 April when a convoy driving from Yei town to Tore in Central Equatoria disappeared.
An ambitious online safety map launching in five major cities worldwide aims to uncover the areas where urban girls and young women feel most safe and unsafe.