This global synthesis report maps Plan International's work with community-based child-protection mechanisms in 50 countries. It captures the work of more than 15,000 child-protective mechanisms supported by Plan International and its partners.
This guidance on community action for child protection defines what community-based child protection mechanisms are, and sets out guiding principles and good practice for community-based child protection in development and emergency settings.
Effective and fruitful partnerships are central to the quality of our work. But making partnerships work well for everyone involved takes careful effort. We must strive to continuously improve our partnerships. This publication sets out how we work with others and how we share responsibility to achieve mutually agreed results.
The Programme Quality Policy provides the basis for a consistent approach to managing programme quality across the organisation. It does this by ensuring that all parts of Plan collaborate on the basis of a shared understanding of what programme quality means, why it is important, and how it can be achieved. This should be used to inform decision making at all levels and in all functions within the Plan Federation.
Our policy aims to ensure that Plan International staff, associates and visitors are skilled, confident, understand, accept and are well supported in meeting their Child protection responsibilities and engage positively with children and communities in ways that enhance the achievement of Plan's overall program goals and commitments.
This briefing outlines Plan International's reactions and recommendations following the final draft of the post-2105 framework.
Plan International’s first ever global strategy on child protection sets out a robust agenda for the organisation to contribute towards strengthening national child protection systems in its programme countries.
Plan's citizenship and governance programming strategy outlines how we are working to achieve our goal for all children and young people to realise their right to participate as citizens.