This report provides an overview of Plan International's emergency response in the aftermath of the Nepal earthquakes.
This capacity statement explores the ability of Plan International to implement cash transfer programming in response to humanitarian disasters and conflicts.
Cash and voucher transfers are quick to deliver, cost-effective and provide people in need with greater choice. Among the advantages are benefits for local economies, empowerment of the beneficiaries, dignity and decision making power.
On 25th April 2015, a devastating earthquake struck Nepal, affecting thousands of people, including 7,036 Plan International sponsored children.
This report presents the research findings on the impact of the earthquake on the affected sponsored children, around education, housing, water and sanitation, safety, income and relief efforts.
This global thematic strategy provides a framework to enable country and national strategies to be consistent, complementary and aligned across the organisation. In doing so, we will be able to make best use of resources and experience to be a reliable and effective actor in the sector.
Globally, one in every 122 humans is now either a refugee, internally displaced or seeking asylum. These publications explain how we are working to support refugees and internally displaced people in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
This Children in a Changing Climate coalition report calls on governments to commit to 6 priority actions in the implementation of their climate change commitments and highlights child-centred case studies on tackling climate change from across the world.
This document supports processes of child-friendly accountability by making the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction accessible to children.
This report analyses why women are the first victims of economic instability and proposes measures to mainstream gender at all stages of youth economic empowerment programmes.