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Representations of women and girls in Nepal’s cinema

1 June 2021

How girls and young women are portrayed through films has significant influence in determining how the world views girls and how they view themselves. With Girls Get Equal, we are calling for a radical change in the way the world engages girls and young women. Through the campaign, Plan International Nepal’s central aim is to create a world where girls are equally seen, heard and valued.

Time to Act - Let's Go Digital!

25 May 2021

Using digital technology to end child, early and forced marriage and reduce adolescent pregnancy.

Girls and young women name education as area of life most affected by COVID-19

Halting Lives 2

27 April 2021

In their own voice: girls and young women on the impact of COVID-19.

Effects of Forced Labor and Trafficking in Persons on Female Relatives of Male Fishers

24 March 2021

A total of 210 women, most of which are wives of fishers, were surveyed in Kiamba and Glan, Sarangani and General Santos City using a mixed-methods approach.

Assessing Civil Society, Gender Politics and Youth Movements in Lebanon

11 March 2021

This study asseses Lebanon’s civil society and examines youth activism movements and the challenges in Lebanon and the legal frameworks affecting youth movements and civil society at large.

Out of Sight

Out of Sight

8 March 2021

This publication looks at how policy, gender rights movements, and civil society are affecting the protection of girls and young women in Jordan

Adolescent Girls and boys needs assessment

Adolescent Girls and Boys Needs in West Bekaa and Mount Lebanon

25 February 2021

This needs assessment looks at the education and protection needs of adolescent Syrian refugees and vulnerable Lebanese communities in West Bekaa and Mount Lebanon.

Plan International Nepal annual highlights 2020

12 February 2021

This report highlights the activities and impact of Plan International Nepal's work, including our COVID-19 response, for the period covering July 2019 to June 2020.