This video traces the development of Plan International's mission to promote and protect the rights of children since it was founded over 75 years ago.
Lamana, 17, from Cameroon, was forced to marry when she was just 15 years old. Plan International helped Lamana escape her violent husband and rebuild her life – this is her story.Find out more about Plan International's work to help end early and forced marriages.
If the children can't go to school, the school will come to the children. An innovative and practical project funded by Plan International, School On Wheels, travels around Mumbai in India offering working children a chance to learn.
This is the story of four adolescent boys who face the challenge of finding out who they are. Yelsin, 17, from Honduras; Kevin, 16, from Guatemala; Kendir, 17, from Dominican Republic and Elmer, 17, from El Salvador along with 145 other young men from Latin America took part in the 'Young Men for Gender Equality' programme between 2012 and 2014.
Girls from around the world are using the words of Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai to campaign for education as part of Plan’s Because I am a Girl campaign.
Malala Day on July 12th brought together young people from all over the world - including a Plan International-supported youth delegation - to celebrate Malala Yousafzai's 16th birthday.