We must act to transform girls’ lives
Gender equality is essential to international development and can only be achieved by listening to the voices of girls, blogs Plan International CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.
This briefing outlines Plan International’s response to and recommendations based on the Core Responsibilities in the Agenda for Humanity and sets out our own commitments in support of the Agenda.
Open Plan is a quarterly research journal for Plan International. This edition features a study undertaken by Plan International USA with the Water Institute at the University of North Carolina on Community-Led Total Sanitation.
This report provides an overview of Plan International's emergency response in the aftermath of the Nepal earthquakes.
This capacity statement explores the ability of Plan International to implement cash transfer programming in response to humanitarian disasters and conflicts.
This report presents the research findings on the impact of the Nepal earthquake on the affected sponsored children, around education, housing, water and sanitation, safety, income and relief efforts.
Girls are among the most affected during crises and disasters. In the discussions taking place at the World Humanitarian Summit, we must ensure girls are not left behind, writes Plan International’s Alison Wright.
Making all girls visible in statistics is a critical first step towards holding governments to account and implementing the girl-focused global goals, writes Plan International CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.
Food and water distributions are helping communities survive despite El Niño-caused droughts but long-term needs remain, blogs Plan International’s Jonathan Mitchell.