Plan International Nepal annual highlights 2018
Learn about our work and our main achievements in Nepal between July 2017 and June 2018.
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.
Efforts to make flood resilient communities
Efforts to Make Flood Resilient Communities, is a collection of stories and learnings from the Community Resilience Project in Nepal.
New strategy: impacting 1 million girls in Nepal
Plan International Nepal's new strategy (2018-2022) is a road map to bring transformative change to the lives of children, particularly girls, with a target to impact the lives of 1 million girls through programmes so they are able to learn, lead, decide and thrive.
Annual Highlights 2017
2017 became one of our best years in Nepal as we focussed on girls rights, expanded our working areas and developed a new strategy putting girls at the centre of all the work we do for coming five years.
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.
Photobook: Journey of Nepal's First Child Friendly Village
Plan International Nepal produced a photobook capturing the journey of Nepal's first child-friendly village - Tetariya - which scored a soaring 80% against the 39 child rights indicators set by the national government.
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