Time to Act - Let's Go Digital!
Using digital technology to end child, early and forced marriage and reduce adolescent pregnancy.
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.
Teenage pregnancy and early marriage in Timor-Leste
The research investigates the root causes of pregnancies in adolescence and early marriages, as well as collects information on possible ways to prevent them.
HPA Agency Assessment on El Nino Impacts in Timor-Leste
The assessment report was developed Plan International, CARE, Oxfam and World Vision to provide a snapshot of the impacts of El Nino across Timor-Leste in February 2016.
Low Cost Latrine Designs For Rural Timor-Leste
Plan International Timor-Leste and its partners have developed designed for four different types of low-cost latrines to improve sanitation facilities in rural Timor-Leste.
Women's Participation in Suku Level Governance
This report from Plan International, Patria and FADA Association investigates the current level of participation of women in suku (village) level governance in Timor-Leste.
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