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Youth activist Edie from Sydney

Reporting to Authorities

3 December 2019

Girls' and young women's experiences of reporting harassment to authorities.

Sharon, 19, lives in an informal settlement in Kampala where danger is ever present

Unsafe on the Streets

9 April 2019

This report looks at street harassment perpetrated by groups of men and boys across five major cities: Lima, Madrid, Kampala, Delhi and Sydney.

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Free to be: mapping girls' safety in cities

10 October 2018

These reports help to understand the experiences of girls and young women in 5 of the world's largest cities through the crowd-mapping website Free to Be.

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Voices of hope

2 October 2017

These studies from Uganda and Colombia identify opportunities to change beliefs and behaviours that limit girls’ freedoms and rights. 

A Working Future

A Working Future and a new era of collaboration

4 January 2017

A report on the successful A Working Future programme, driven by Plan International, which provides viable employment to youth in Uganda, with a unique model for driving change in partnership with business.

Plan International Uganda Brochure

8 August 2015

Plan International has been operating in Uganda since 1992 and currently has a diversified programme portfolio in Tororo, Luwero, Kamuli and Lira and a health focus in 15 districts in Northern Uganda.

Lessons from ICT

30 June 2014

The fast-changing ICT landscape in Uganda, especially the increasing functionality of mobile phone technology presents an opportunity for mobile phone ICT to increase the efficiency of the education service delivery as mobile phones are becoming an integral part of people’s lives, facilitating real time, two way dialogues.

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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.