OPEN Plan: June 202026 June 2020
This edition of OPENPlan brings to you a selection of eclectic studies that display a breadth of thematic topics to showcase recent and innovative works from Plan International.
This issue of OPENPlan has a focus on good methodological practice and offers a range of insights useful for informing areas of future research, programmatic and emergency response.
- The first study looks at the climate challenges faced by different young women and girls in Northern Thailand.
- The second study evaluates the effectiveness of ‘soft’ conditional cash transfers as part of an approach to improve household resilience and keep children safe in the Central African Republic.
- The third report offers a globally focused, desk-based review designed to enhance understanding on the intersections between humanitarian crises, gender, age and education.
- The final study looks at a multi-country project to reduce maternal and child mortality among vulnerable women and children.
Early childhood development, Emergencies, Child protection in emergencies, Climate change, Disaster relief, Disaster risk management