In Togo, West Africa, thousands of girls are trafficked every year to work as domestic servants in the capital Lomé, or in Nigeria, Benin or Ghana.In this film, we meet the real-life Cinderellas who seek a happy ending.
Girls trafficked into domestic labour are receiving training so they can change their lives thanks to a Plan International programme.Thousands of girls are being trafficked from rural Togo to work as unpaid domestic servants every year.
Mattias Bryneson, Plan International Nepal's Country Director reports from the northern part of Kavre district, where we are distributing tarpaulins, ropes and food items to one of the most affected areas.
This short film tells the story of 4 children from Bangladesh who ended up living on the streets of Dhaka, the country's capital. They are now living in drop-in centres funded by Plan International.
Plan International's 'Because I am a Girl' (BIAAG) campaign aims to support girls to stay in education and fulfill their potential. Plan International will help 4 million girls directly and transform the lives of millions more through changes in legislation.
Plan International’s Because I am a Girl campaign has made great strides in the past 2 years since it launched. And the progress made so far is worth shouting about – we are on track to achieving our goals to better the lives of girls everywhere.
This film highlights the work done by Plan International Ethiopia and its local partner Hope for Children as they teach communities the value of saving through small microfinance schemes to help them generate an income of their own.
Plan International highlights the struggles of adolescent girls who in the face of adversity after a disaster often become invisible.
Plan International Vietnam in partnership with Women in Cities International and UN Habitat undertook a Rapid Situation Assessment to discover how safe girls felt in the city. Watch Xuan, Ngat and Hyen's experiences in this clip.