Lily is a Plan International sponsored child from a rural village in Laos. Poverty and poor sanitation are major issues for her community.
The Because I am a Girl movement is dedicated to ensuring justice and equality for all girls and young women by 2030, so girls everywhere can learn, lead, decide and thrive. Please watch and share the video.
Mother of 2 Cecibel is no longer living in her home due to the damages made during the 16 April 2016 earthquake that struck Ecuador. She is petrified that her home will collapse again and wants her children to be able to return to school and a normal life.Please support the Ecuador earthquake appeal
"I screamed, 'My children! Where are my children?' It looked like the end of the world." Raquel, a mother from Santa Elena, recounts the frightening moment the 16 April 2016 earthquake struck her home in Ecuador.
Many schools were damaged and classrooms destroyed by last year's earthquake in Nepal.Plan International intervened and helped rebuild temporary learning centres for the students where they can come back and resume their education without any fear. Children are now sitting their final exams and education has returned back to normal.
Manju’s life changed dramatically after the earthquakes destroyed her village in Nepal. She lost her home and her school. Now, with the support of Plan International, Manju has returned to education and she’s determined to make the most of every opportunity.
Champions of Change is a Plan International project that actively engages young men aged 14 to 18 from Latin America to carry out community actions to challenge harmful gender norms and stereotypes.