Birth registration for all in Indonesia
This report analyses the current CRVS system in Indonesia and proposes how digital technologies can be used to increase and improve the accuracy of registration.
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.
Research into Gender Equality and ECD initiatives
Between 2014 and 2015, Plan and partner organisations conducted research on the gender dimensions of Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) initiatives in 11 countries. This synthesis report shows the research findings.
Are Schools Safe Places for Girls and Boys?
Plan International and the International Centre for Research on Women (ICRW) undertook research in five countries in Asia (Cambodia, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan and Vietnam), to assess the prevalence, nature, response and reporting of various forms of school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) in, around and on the way to school.
Getting the Evidence: Asia Child Marriage Initiative
The Asia Child Marriage Initiative report provides evidence on the causes of child marriage practices in Bangladesh, Indonesia and Pakistan. It also recommends how to increase protection of children's rights and to ensure children are not forcibly married at a young age.
Green Skills For Rural Youth in South East Asia
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.
Are schools safe and equal places for girls and boys in Asia?
We spoke to more than 9,000 children across 5 countries about their experience of school-related gender-based violence. The findings have been pivotal in designing an effective programme that responds to their needs.
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