Girls still left behind, no country in Asia set to achieve gender equality by 2030
Despite remarkable progress and unprecedented advocacy across the region, girls’ rights organization Plan International says gender equality and women’s empowerment targets won’t be met anytime soon if urgent investment not made in girls.
Day of the Girl 2019: Girls take over in Jordan
Girls in Jordan took over diplomatic, media and administrative roles as part of the Girls Get Equal campaign and part of the International Day of the Girl celebrations.
Plan International Myanmar Media Statement
Plan International is extremely concerned about the wellbeing of a staff member in Myanmar who was shot and injured in Mrauk U in Rakhine State on Sunday 28 July.
“Fit for Future” digital skills project launches
On International Girls in ICT Day 2019, Plan International Vietnam, alongside partners FPT Polytechnic College and REACH, launched “Fit for Future”.
Promote Gender Equality to Inspire Love
Plan International has launched the Girls Get Equal campaign in Vietnam through a series of events called “promote gender equality to inspire love”.
Safety for girls = safety for everyone
"Safety for Girls = Safety for everyone" is the message that Plan International Vietnam spread at the launch event of the 'Year of Action for Women and Children's Safety', led by Vietnam Central Women's Union.
150 million girls are at risk of child marriage by 2030: The Time to Act is now
New study sounds an alarm, urges swift action in South and South-East Asia.
Plan International shuts down operations in Pakistan
After more than 2 decades of working in Pakistan, Plan International has stopped operating in the country following orders from the Government of Pakistan.
Chelsea Football Club provide training for refugee children
Chelsea Football Club Ambassador and former women’s team captain, Katie Chapman, visited Azraq camp in Jordan to bring the joy of football to refugee children.
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