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Child protection booklet

16 April 2019

This booklet outlines the context and issues affecting the safety of children in Kenya and outlines how Plan International Kenya is working to protect children.

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Children's rights: Child-friendly booklet

16 April 2019

This is a child-friendly booklet that will help children, their parents and teachers to understand children's rights. 

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Become a Sustainable Development Goals Ambassador

28 August 2018

This toolkit, ideal for children and youth, incorporates some exciting activities, challenges, tips and facts about the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Child-participatory budgeting

22 September 2016

How children can participate in a meaningful way in the budget cycle, bringing significant gains for the efficiency, equity and accountability of public spending.

Plan International Kenya Impact Report

13 June 2016

We focus on ensuring that the most vulnerable children have protection, are able to access services and be part of decisions affecting their lives.

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Synthesis Report: Gender in ECCD in 6 countries

1 May 2014

This report summaries the results of studies undertaken by Plan International into the gender dimensions of early childhood development and of Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) programmes in Bolivia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Pakistan and Uganda.

Cover for Post Intervention Study An assessment of the long term impact of Plan’s work in the Bura and Voi region, Kenya, 2011

Post-intervention study: Kenya, 2011

1 August 2011

In 2010, Plan decided to carry out post-intervention studies to improve our understanding of the organisation’s contribution to long term changes in the communities we work with. The studies, new to Plan and relatively new within the NGO sector, involve returning to communities around 5 years after we stop work with them to analyse the sustainability of specific interventions.

This is the final report from Plan's first full study carried out in a district of Kenya in 2011.