Plan International Worldwide Annual Reviews 2010 – 2020

2010

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Plan Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2010.

This review sets out Plan’s progress towards our vision and mission between July 2009 and June 2010. Protecting millions of children across the world from violence in schools and ensuring that Haitian children were heard in the country’s earthquake recovery process are among the highlights in Plan International’s Worldwide annual review and accounts 2010.

Plan’s income stood at €535,000,000 – a rise of 14% on last year – while expenditure on programmes rose to €367,000,000.

HIGHLIGHTS IN 2010 INCLUDE:

  • Celebrating 2 years of Plan’s Learn Without Fear campaign, which has protected over 390,000,000 children from violence with new legislation
  • Helping to ensure children’s voices were heard in the Haiti earthquake recovery process
  • Training more than 450,000 people in skills ranging from education to child protection
  • Launching a global, long-term partnership with NIVEA, the flagship brand of Beiersdorf, to give socially disadvantaged children and youth a better future through education.
Click to download the 2010 Annual Review documents

2010 Plan International Worldwide Annual Review and Accounts – English

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2011

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Plan Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2011.

Plan International envisions a world in which all children can fulfil their potential in societies that respect people’s rights and dignity. Our annual review for 2011 describes our work to realise this vision between July 2010 and June 2011.

HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2011 INCLUDE:

  • Raising over €591,000,000
  • Training for 76,419 educators in 14,988 communities; building or rehabilitating 1,723 schools
  • Collaboration with 22,979 partners at local, national and global levels
  • Training for 165,148 people in agricultural, vocational and business skills; support for 2,119 microfinance organisations and 77,792 savings and loans groups
  • Over 485,000,000 school children are legally protected from violence since our Learn Without Fear campaign was launched
  • More than 1,500,000 children are supported by Plan International sponsorship.
Click to download the 2011 Annual Review documents

2011 Plan International Worldwide Annual Review and Accounts – English

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2011 Plan International Worldwide Annual Review and Accounts – French

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2011 Plan International Worldwide Annual Review and Accounts – Spanish

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2012

Plan Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2012


Plan Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2012.

Plan International strives to achieve lasting improvements in the quality of life of the poorest and most vulnerable children in developing countries.

Our Worldwide annual review and combined financial statements for 2012 show how we are working to achieve this.

HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2012 INCLUDE:

  • Working with 84 million children in 90,131 communities
  • Raising €634 million (up €42 million on the previous year)
  • Marking our 75th anniversary with birth registration events across the globe
  • Celebrating the United Nations declaration of 11 October as the International Day of the Girl, following an extensive campaign by Plan
  • Training 72,538 educators and 239,785 health workers
  • Responding to 36 disasters and emergencies
  • Training 144,121 people in agricultural, vocational and business skills.
Click to download the 2012 Annual Review documents

2012 Plan International Annual Review and Accounts – English

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2012 Plan International Annual Review and Accounts – French

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2012 Plan International Annual Review and Accounts – Spanish

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2013

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Plan Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2013.

Plan strives to achieve lasting improvements in the quality of life of the poorest and most vulnerable children in developing countries. The Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements show how we are working to achieve this while increasing the quality and impact of our programmes.

Click to download the 2013 Annual Review documents

2013 Plan International Annual Review – English

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2013 plan International Annual Review – French

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2013 plan International Annual Review – Spanish

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2014

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Plan Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2014.

Plan International’s vision is of a world in which all children realise their full potential, in societies that respect people’s rights and dignity. This review outlines our work to achieve that vision in 2014.

Click to download the 2014 Annual Review documents

Annual Review And Combined Financial Statements 2014 – English

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Annual Review And Combined Financial Statements 2014 – French

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Annual Review and combined financial statements 2014 – Spanish

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2015

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Plan Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2015.

See how Plan International played a crucial global role in promoting human rights and engaging the energy of children and young people for positive change in 2015.

Click to download the 2015 Annual Review documents

Annual Review 2015 – English

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Annual Review 2015 – French

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Annual Review 2015 – Spanish

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Financial Statements – 2015

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2016

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Plan International Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2016.

This year, Plan International touched the lives of millions of boys and girls.

We turned our Because I am A Girl campaign into a global movement to empower girls to claim their rights. Working with partners we launched an independent data tracker to ensure governments deliver on promises made through the Sustainable Development Goals for 2030. We helped change laws and opinions, from raising the age of marriage in Guatemala to 18, to working with communities in Guinea-Bissau to abandon the practice of female genital mutilation.

And underpinning all of our work in the present was the creation of a new purpose:

We strive for a just world that advances children’s rights and
equality for girls.

Click to download the 2016 Annual Review documents

Annual Review 2016 – English

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Annual Review 2016 – French

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Annual Review 2016 – Spanish

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Financial Statements – 2016

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2017

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Plan International Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2017.

This year, Plan International has helped improve the lives of millions of boys and girls.

From better, safer access to education within their communities, to successfully campaigning against child marriage in countries such as Malawi and Honduras, we have helped children across the globe realise their rights and the chance of a better life.

Our #GirlsTakeover hit new heights on International Day of the Girl, with presidents, ministers and CEOs all taking part.

We launched a new and exciting partnership called Equal Measures 2030. It will help shine a light on the inequalities girls face on a daily basis and hold governments to account for the commitments they made under the Global Goals.

Building on yet another successful year at Plan International, our thoughts turn to the future and the launch of our ground-breaking new strategy, 100 Million Reasons. Over the next five years – and with your help – we will transform the lives of 100 million girls, working with vulnerable children to ensure they all learn, lead, decide and thrive.

Click to download the 2017 Annual Review documents

Annual Review 2017 – English

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Annual Review 2017 – French

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Annual Review 2017 – Spanish

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Financial Statements – 2017

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2018

Plan International Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2018.

Plan International Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2018.

In the first year of our global strategy we have focused world attention on the fundamental injustices girls face. And we are starting to see real change.

Pressure from Plan International and other organisations, saw girls’ education in emergencies top the G7 agenda for the first time.

Our #GirlsTakeover on every International Day of the Girl is growing, harnessing the collective energy of girls to break down the barriers that deny them freedom and power.

Likewise, our online GirlsRightsPlatform.org is revolutionising the way information can be used to advance gender equality.

Our programmes are helping to put more vulnerable children – especially girls – in school and learning.

With your help, our ambition is to become the world’s largest girls’ rights organisation helping 100 million girls lead, learn, decide and thrive.

Click to download the 2018 Annual Review documents

Annual Review 2018 – English

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Annual Review 2018 – French

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Annual Review 2018 – Spanish

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Financial Statements – 2018

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2019

Plan International Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2019.

Plan International Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2019.

2019 was an exciting year for Plan International. We made significant progress with our global strategy to transform the lives of children and, in particular, 100 million girls over five years.

What you will find

  • Plan International in numbers – our impact on children’s lives
  • Where we work
  • Our strategy to transform the lives of 100 million girls
  • The power of partnerships
  • Innovation advances equality for girls
  • 2019 financial overview 
  • A year of global action for girls’ rights – key events that helped advance girls’ rights

2019 in numbers

  • We were active in 77 countries 
  • We partnered with 34,814 organisations
  • We raised €895 million and spent €869 million 
  • To benefit the lives of 21,630,756 girls and 18,864,677 boys
Click to download the 2019 Annual Review documents

Annual review 2019 (english)

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annual review 2019 (francais)

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annual review 2019 (espanol)

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financial statements 2019 (english)

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2020

Plan International Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2020.

Plan International Worldwide Annual Review and Combined Financial Statements 2020.

In 2020 we reached more girls than ever before, strengthened our programmes supporting gender equality and increased our ability to influence change. There was much to celebrate. But the year also brought unprecedented challenge – the global COVID-19 pandemic with profound implications for girls’ health, rights and freedoms.

What you will find

  • Plan International in numbers – our impact on children’s lives
  • Our strategy to transform the lives of 100 million girls
  • The power of partnerships
  • Innovation: bold projects, big partnerships for girls
  • 2020 financial overview
  • Key events that helped advance girls’ rights
  • Supporting girls’ rights in the COVID-19 pandemic

Our 6 main areas of work:

  • Quality, inclusive education
  • Skills and decent work
  • Young people driving change
  • Sexual and reproductive health and rights
  • Early childhood development
  • Protection from violence
Click to download the 2020 Annual Review documents

annual Review 2020 – English

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annual Review 2020 – French

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annual Review 2020 – Spanish

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Financial Statements 2020

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