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.
Girls worldwide want to take control of their lives, but violence and discrimination keep them suppressed and powerless. Plan International's latest research reveals that no matter how hard girls try to improve their lives, they are routinely beaten down by prejudice, aggression and misogyny.
Hundreds of influential girls’ rights activists will come together with Plan International to call for justice and equality on International Day of the Girl.
On the International Day of the Girl, girls from across the world will take over positions of power to demand a political and social revolution.
Plan International is launching a humanitarian response in Bangladesh to support the Rohingya people fleeing violence in Myanmar.
As Hurricane Maria rips through the Dominican Republic, Plan International is ready to respond to the needs of vulnerable families.