Following the impact of Cyclone Roanu, which triggered landslides and heavy flooding across coastal areas of Bangladesh, Plan International is currently on the ground and preparing to support children and their families affected by the disaster.
One month after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake wreaked havoc in parts of Ecuador, Plan International is calling for greater action to protect the more than 250.000 girls, boys and teenagers who have been affected by the disaster, particularly girls and teenage women.
One year after the April earthquake, Plan International is calling on the international community, governments, and donors to take immediate action to institute key protections for children from exploitation, child labour, and trafficking, while also meeting urgent health, educational, and counselling needs.
One year after a devastating earthquake hit Nepal, the construction and repair of thousands of damaged and destroyed classrooms is crucial to the country's recovery, warns Plan International.
Plan International is part of national disaster response efforts in Ecuador following Saturday's massive earthquake and is ready to support children and their families.
Plan International and UN Women are partnering to help girls and young women across the world to increase their political voice, better realise their human rights and develop their skills and economic potential.
Following the 7.9 magnitude earthquake that struck off the coast of West Sumatra Island in Indonesia, Plan International is closely monitoring the situation and will be prepared to respond, if needed.
As the number of cases of the Zika virus continues to rise in Latin America and the Caribbean, Plan International sees the World Health Organisation's declaration of a global emergency as an important step in tackling the outbreak.
Plan International is responding to the Zika virus in several communities in the Americas as concerns grow over its “explosive” spread.