Cash transfer and education
This report assesses Plan International's Tawasol: Learning for Coexistence Project in Egypt to understand its strengths and weaknesses, including implementation challenges and successes, risks and benefits for beneficiaries, and any needs for continued capacity building.
Becoming an Adult in Internal Displacement
Raising awareness on the need to include young internally displaced persons in plans to prevent and respond to displacement, to ensure adequate support for all, and to make the most of the resilience and resources young people can display under such circumstances.
Halting Lives: The Impact of COVID-19 on Girls
This research report looks at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on girls and young women, with insights from over 7,000 girls across 14 countries.
COVID-19 AND CHILD MARRIAGE IN WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA
This joint brief from Girls Not Brides and Plan International outlines the impacts of the pandemic on child marriage. It provides recommendations and an urgent call for action for governments, regional bodies and humanitarian actors.
Young LGBTIQ+ people and COVID-19
Suggestions for understanding the unique needs, vulnerabilities and capabilities of young Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex and Questioning/queer people during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Building Back Equal: Girls' back to school guide
This guide provides targeted inputs to ensure continuity of learning during school closures, and comprehensive, timely and evidence-based plans for reopening schools in a way that is safe, gender-responsive and child-friendly, and meets the needs of the most marginalised girls.
Under Seige: Impact of COVID-19 on Girls in Africa
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated and added yet another layer of vulnerability to girls in the African continent.
Setting the Agenda: Girls Platform for Action
This study brings together findings of a consultation process that took place in the first half of 2020 to better understand adolescent girls’ views on the Beijing Platform for Action (BPfA) and to provide a tool for girls’ own advocacy and engagement in the Generation Equality Action Coalitions. What has emerged is a common set of priorities and recommendations expressed by adolescent girls, across the world.