Plan International and the Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation (ASSIST) created The Energy Story to teach students about renewable energy and energy efficient technologies in a fun and engaging way.
Plan’s Child Centred Climate Change Adaptation (4CA) program aims to build the awareness of children and their communities about climate change and to empower them to be active participants in adaptation efforts.
In order to ensure the necessary ‘green transformation’ of market economies, it is essential that workers are skilled in environmentally friendly and adaptive practices. There can indeed be an element of ‘greening’ in all professions; it is essential, therefore, that the importance of climate change awareness and green skills training is understood by all.
Plan International and partners have developed a report which draws on consultations conducted with over 6,000 children on what is most important to them before, during and after an emergency.
The 2015 State of the World’s Girls report brings together prominent contributors from all over the world who hail the progress made in realising girls’ rights, but lament the fact that girls still face huge challenges.
This global synthesis report maps Plan International's work with community-based child-protection mechanisms in 50 countries. It captures the work of more than 15,000 child-protective mechanisms supported by Plan International and its partners.
This guidance on community action for child protection defines what community-based child protection mechanisms are, and sets out guiding principles and good practice for community-based child protection in development and emergency settings.
Effective and fruitful partnerships are central to the quality of our work. But making partnerships work well for everyone involved takes careful effort. We must strive to continuously improve our partnerships. This publication sets out how we work with others and how we share responsibility to achieve mutually agreed results.