Publications

Experts on our Own Lives

Our research shows girls are the true experts on their own lives and must play a core role in decision-making on issues that impact them.
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State of the World’s Girls: Research Series

The State of the World's Girls research series celebrates the power of girls while highlighting the barriers they face.
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Impossible Choices: Unheard Voices

Our research shows that across the central Sahel, the right of girls to develop, equally or at all, is under profound threat.
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Falling Short: Addressing the climate finance gap for children…

This study provides the first-ever child-focused review of international climate finance, and gives recommendations for closing the climate finance gap.
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Young People on the War in Ukraine

This policy paper summarises the discussions from consultations Plan International conducted with over 200 young people from Ukraine.
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OPENPlan: May 2023

This edition of OPENPlan explores three recently published studies from Vietnam, Cambodia and Zimbabwe in relation to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and Protection from Violence.
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Lives that Inspire

This book shows the change effected by Plan International in Ecuador over the past 60 years in the areas of family, community and work.
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Rapid Gender and Needs Analysis in Marsabit

This analysis was conducted to assess the impact of severe drought on community members in Marsabit County, Kenya.
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Rapid Gender and Needs Analysis in Kwale

This analysis interrogates the impact of food insecurity on the protection of children in Kwale County, Kenya.
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Adolescent Programme Design Consultations

Adolescents in 8 countries have helped shape our programmes through sharing their experiences of humanitarian response.
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Building Bridges

Conversations on sexuality and relationships for parents and caregivers of young adolescents.
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Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Experiences of migration in Central…

This report shows the experiences of girls affected by migration in Central America and Mexico.
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