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Supporting around 1.6 million children in 4,945 communities to access their rights to education, basic health care and nutrition, livelihoods, clean water, sanitation and protection
See the impact of our work

A fair start for all children

Plan International Pakistan's Early Childhood Care and Development Project provides inclusive education so that children with disabilities like Sanam have equal opportunities. 

Girl Power Programme

Sehrish: Girl Power helped me continue my studies

Plan International Pakistan’s Girl Power Programme is supporting young women like Sehrish to continue their studies and move on to further education so they can follow their ambitions.



Parveen Bibi with her children

Toilets keep women and girls healthy and safe

Plan International Pakistan and partners are helping women and girls to stay healthy and safe by improving access to toilets and reducing levels of open defecation.



How a seesaw became a vital water source at school

See how a recreational seesaw became a vital water pump for a school in Vehrai, Pakistan, providing clean water to thousands of school girls.

Kiran the Pink Rckshaw Driver

Female-only rickshaw breaks barriers for women

The launch of a female-only rickshaw taxi service in Punjab Chakwal in Pakistan aims to provide women with a level of safety and security that is otherwise difficult to find, alongside an empowered sense of mobility, as they travel throughout their city. 

'Handy Skills' training sparks a business idea

Something very interesting is happening in south Punjab - young women are training to work as electricians. In a region that is host to patriarchal societies that cling to traditions, these young women challenge gender stereotypes every day.

Protecting their rights

Domestic workers in the slums of Islamabad stick together to demand equal treatment.

Girls at school in Muzaffargarh District, Punjab

Youth advocates improve access to quality education

Plan International, in collaboration with Oxfam GB, Action Aid, Care International and Work Vision, has entered into an alliance called Girls Education Alliance Pakistan (GEAP) to ensure the participation of children in decision making via powerful advocacy campaigns.

Our results last year
  • 708
    water points constructed
  • 13,078
    community members trained in livelihood skills, such as agriculture and entrepreneurship
  • 1,780
    teachers trained

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Key contacts

Imran Yusuf Shami

Country Director, Plan International Pakistan
3rd Floor, Kamran Center. 85 East, Jinnah Avenue, Blue Area
Islamabad 44000
+92 051 2150031-32