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Adolescent Girls in the Climate Crisis: Voices from Zambia and Zimbabwe

Adolescent Girls in the Climate Crisis: Voices from Zambia and Zimbabwe

1 November 2021

This report details the key findings from our Feminist Participatory Action Research (FPAR) on how climate change impacts on adolescent girls’ and young women’s access to education in Zambia and Zimbabwe. 

Building Better - Focusing on Education in Emergencies in Cyclone Idai Affected Zimbabwe and Mozambique

Education in Emergencies after Cyclone Idai

1 May 2019

Education is always the most under-funded sector in an emergency, and we are urging the national government-led response and international donors to ensure this time it is different. We plan to work with the respective governments to ensure the consideration of education in the Cyclone Idai emergency response, particularly the need to build back better.

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Girls' rights and realities - Zimbabwe

16 February 2017

This report, part of a 3-country study, uncovers the perceptions and experiences of girls in Zimbabwe on themes such as education, early pregnancy, violence against girls and more.

Plan International Zimbabwe Annual Report 2016 cover

Plan International Zimbabwe Annual Report 2016

3 February 2017

In 2016, we continued to strive for children's rights and equality for girls through various interventions. This report is a summary of the achievements we made during the financial year 2016. 

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Women and their children's health (WATCH) project

1 July 2016

This report describes key strategies and results from Plan International’s Women and Their Children’s Health (WATCH) project, implemented with the Canadian government’s support in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Ghana, Mali and Zimbabwe.

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Men matter - Engaging men for better MNCH outcomes

1 August 2015

This report describes the results of a primary qualitative research study on 2 Plan International-supported maternal, neonatal and child health (MNCH) programmes with male engagement components in Bangladesh, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.