Time to Act - Let's Go Digital!
Using digital technology to end child, early and forced marriage and reduce adolescent pregnancy.
Joint statement: Children's rights and COVID-19 response in Cambodia
This document provides priorities and recommendations that should guide coordinated action towards ensuring children’s rights in Cambodia are at the heart of the COVID-19 response.
Time to Act! Accelerating Efforts to End Child, Early and Forced Marriage in Asia
Plan International firmly commits to preventing and eliminating child, early and forced marriage through holistic interventions and in partnership with a range of actors and stakeholders. Building on the comprehensive body of research into the root causes and detrimental consequences, we have further invested in identifying and exploring the effective interventions and strategies that have proven to be significantly reducing this widespread practice.
Their Time Is Now: Eliminating Child, Early and Forced Marriage
This is the first phase into an extensive research on Child, Early and Forced Marriage (CEFM) in Asia. It provides a snapshot of CEFM in Asia, consolidates and analyses evidence over the past 15 years and outlines actions that must be taken.
Into The Light
This study was conducted as part of Stopping Exploitation through Accessible Services (SEAS of Change). It draws in the main aspects of young female migrant workers in Thailand's seafood sector and their access to education, training and decent work opportunities and concludes by providing recommendations to expand their life choices.
Climate Change Adaptation: Perspectives on Civil Society in Cambodia
This document shares the perspectives of farmers, scholars, CSO workers, development partners, and government officials about civil society contributions to climate change adaptation through mainstreaming climate resilience into development planning in Cambodia.
Open Plan: January 2018
Open Plan is a quarterly research journal for Plan International. This edition has a strong focus on gender, particularly covering the complex, interrelated issues of gender discrimination in both education and child marriage.
Child-Led Evaluation in Cambodia
The evaluation takes a very different approach to previous evaluation and aims to assess the progress achieved by the programme from the perspective of beneficiaries, as well as build the organisation’s capacity to involve children in monitoring and evaluation activities.
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