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.
This annotated bibliography seeks to update the knowledge base on early childhood development, gender socialisation and men's engagement. It provides a brief overview of the state of evidence on this important topic.
Plan International's policy position on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights.
The world is changing – and so are we. In 2017 Plan International adopted a new organisational purpose, theory of change and strategy that stretch our global ambition to contribute to reaching the Sustainable Development Goals. We have put gender equality and the persistent development challenges that girls are facing right at the heart of our organisational purpose.
This case study describes an innovative youth livelihoods project that was implemented in Mahama refugee camp, Rwanda, to strengthen the resilience and protection of 400 young Burundian refugees between 18 and 30 years old.