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Plan International EU Office Annual Review 2014-15

Overview

Working to influence EU policies and funding and create lasting change for children.

This review sets out Plan International EU Office’s progress towards Plan International’s vision and mission between 1 July 2014 and 30 June 2015. Our goal is to ensure that the promotion and protection of the rights of the child, with a focus on gender equality, is a priority for the EU’s external action in policy and practice.

In pursuit of our goal, we focused on the following priorities in 2014-15:
• Child protection
• Girls’ rights and gender equality
• Youth economic empowerment
• Sustainable Development Goals
• Humanitarian aid

The review also provides an overview of our work with the European Commission (EC) as a donor, which provides funding for both development and humanitarian projects. In 2014-15, Plan International was implementing 75 projects funded by the EC in 42 countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas, benefiting over 15 million people.

Executive Summary

Executive summary

This review sets out Plan International EU Office’s progress towards Plan International’s vision and mission between 1 July 2014 and 30 June 2015. Our goal is to ensure that the promotion and protection of the rights of the child, with a focus on gender equality, is a priority for the EU’s external action in policy and practice.

In pursuit of our goal, we focused on the following priorities in 2014-15:
• Child protection
• Girls’ rights and gender equality
• Youth economic empowerment
• Sustainable Development Goals
• Humanitarian aid

The review also provides an overview of our work with the European Commission (EC) as a donor, which provides funding for both development and humanitarian projects. In 2014-15, Plan International was implementing 75 projects funded by the EC in 42 countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas, benefiting over 15 million people.

  • Annual Review 2014-15