Plan International has recently developed a multi-risk assessment to support those working before, during and after disasters in understanding the multiple risks in a child’s environment, including pre-existing risks and new risks that emerge during and after crisis situations and their impact on children’s rights.
Through this ground-breaking research, thousands of girls and young women have shared their stories of harassment and violence for the first time, providing a never-before seen glimpse of what happens to them in their cities and the impact this has on their lives.
These reports help to understand the experiences of girls and young women in 5 of the world's largest cities through the crowd-mapping website Free to Be.
Plan International surveyed almost 400 experts in 22 cities across 6 continents. This survey is the first of its kind to examine the safety risks facing girls and young women on such a large scale.
The Adolescent Girls in Crisis research is drawn directly from the voices and experiences of girls in three of the world’s most troubled and volatile locations: South Sudan, the Lake Chad Basin and the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh.
A report on the experiences of adolescent girls caught up in the Lake Chad crisis, and how they respond to the challenges they are facing.
This report recounts the experiences of a project focused on adapting existing community preschools in Mozambique to be disability-inclusive and includes a set of practical recommendations for action, useful for other countries and contexts.
Vulnerability, impacts and adaptation in Northern Thailand.