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Millions of people have been displaced by the flooding in Bangladesh

Urgent funding needed for flood-affected families in Bangladesh

Plan International is calling for increased funding from international donors to meet the critical needs of children affected by the flooding in Bangladesh that has killed hundreds and forced millions from their homes.

Varsha (19) now works at a call centre after receiving training by the Saksham Project


Equal economic opportunities and inclusive work environments provide space for youth, especially girls and disadvantaged children, to explore their interests and expand their potential.

Families carry their belongings through floods in Bangladesh

South Asia floods put thousands of children at risk

Plan International has launched a multi-country response to flooding in the South Asian countries of India, Bangladesh and Nepal that has claimed hundreds of lives and displaced millions.

Youth employment solutions digital ecosystem

Youth Employment Solutions Digital Ecosystem

The YES! Digital Ecosystem: an innovative online tool designed for the most marginalised.

Plan International announces partnership with SAARCLAW

In a steadfast effort to advance children’s rights and equality for girls in South Asia, global child rights organization Plan International announces a new partnership with the South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation in Law (SAARCLAW). 

Girls using library management software in China

Girls use digital skills to boost classmates’ reading

In China, girls are gaining valuable digital skills while managing their school libraries and supporting their classmates to read.

Youth call for inclusion to help drive growth in Asia

The Asian Youth Forum, co-led by Plan International and the Asian Development Bank, brought more than 160 youth together to meet with experts and propose youth-led solutions to drive prosperity and growth in the region.

Liberated child soldiers swap bullets for books

Bangsamoro children found themselves trained in combat and caught up in the conflict between the Philippines government and the Bangsamoro armed groups.Thousands of Bangsamoro children have now been educated on their rights following years of recruitment into armed activities and are now living lives free from fear and intimidation.

Protecting Communities Against Climate Change

Communities are becoming healthier, saving money and protecting themselves against climate change after the started using more energy efficient stoves in Rakhine State.

Our results last year
  • 26,646
    Communities have benefitted from Plan International programmes in Asia
  • 25,904
    Community Health Workers and Traditional Birth Attendants trained.
  • 312,594
    People have access to improved water and sanitation facilities

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Senait Gebregziabher

Regional Director, Plan International Asia
14th Floor, 253 Asoke Building
Sukhumvit 21 (Asoke) Road
Klongtoey Nua
Wattana 10110
+66 (0) 2 204 2630