This report looks at adolescents during emergencies. It analyses available data and looks at the work of Plan International and other organisations to strengthen work with and for adolescents during emergencies.
This report looks at communication with disaster-affected children in the preparedness and response after the earthquake that hit Nepal on 25 April 2015.
How children can participate in a meaningful way in the budget cycle, bringing significant gains for the efficiency, equity and accountability of public spending.
This publication explains our early childhood care and development in emergencies work - from preparedness to response, recovery and resilience building.
Education in emergencies is a priority sector for Plan International’s disaster risk management work. This publication explains how we support girls and boys from preparedness to response, recovery and resilience building in conflict and natural hazard situations.
In emergencies, children are at greater risk of abuse, neglect, violence, exploitation and toxic stress. Early childhood development in emergencies programmes can support children's resilience through multisectoral interventions such as learning and stimulation through play and access to food and healthcare.
In emergencies, children are at greater risk of abuse, neglect, violence, exploitation and toxic stress. However, children need nutrition and health inputs along with care and stimulation in order to grow and develop to their full potential. Nutrition and health spaces, such as temporary health tents and outreach therapeutic programmes (OTPs), attract a lot of vulnerable young children so there is a unique opportunity to make an impact on children’s lives.
This impact area overview provides a short introduction to Plan International's work on inclusive, quality education.