Right from birth, gender discrimination affects girls disproportionally. In this report, we describe why gender equality and early childhood development matter. We also explain why early childhood programmes engaging parents, caregivers, community leaders and educators are fundamentally important so girls have the chance to realise their rights and live a life of dignity.
This case study describes Plan International Egypt’s community-based psychosocial programme for over 4,000 Syrian refugee and vulnerable Egyptian children in Alexandria.
This case study describes how Child and Adolescent Friendly Spaces were implemented and used in Plan International's response to the 2015 Nepal earthquake.
This case study describes how help and protection desks set up by Plan International after the 2015 Nepal earthquake provided critical information and emergency assistance to children and their families.
This case study describes how mobile teams deployed by Plan International after the 2015 Nepal earthquake provided critical information and emergency child protection and education services in remote mountainous areas.
This case study describes the community-based child protection programme implemented between 2015 and 2016 with Burundian girls, boys and adults in Mahama refugee camp in Rwanda.
This case study describes Plan International’s community-based reintegration programmes for girls and boys released from armed groups in Central African Replublic.
This case study describes the role of community-based child protection groups in protecting children in conflict-affected Central African Republic.