By investing in a girl and her future, we know for a fact that she can lift herself out of poverty, altering the economic condition of her family, her community, and ultimately her country. How do we know? Decades of experience and in-depth research have proven it. Yet even today, a girl in the developing world still faces overwhelming odds from the day she’s born.
By supporting Plan International USA’s Promoting Equality and Safety in School project in Burkina Faso, you will help us work at the individual, school, and community levels to address deeply-ingrained beliefs and practices that determine how girls can and should be treated.
Champions of Change, supported by Plan International USA, aims to alleviate gender inequality and violence in El Salvador by helping boys and men examine and change sexist behaviors in their families and communities to support girls and champion their rights.
BLOOM, a successful 20-year-old program model supported by Plan International, aims to provide life skills, health services, and social networks to young women in Indonesia.
Plan International USA’s Action Against Child Trafficking project targets high-risk, heavy-transit areas between Nepal and India, aiming to create and strengthen community protection groups, as well as promote government leadership and accountability.
The Safer Cities for Girls project, supported by Plan International USA and partners, has an overarching goal of building safe, accountable, and inclusive cities with and for adolescent girls.
El Salvador has been described as the most dangerous country in the world for women. Your support will give over 1,500 girls and boys the skills they need to stand side by side and create peaceful, positive communities together.
Even before the Ebola outbreak, Sierra Leone was one of the worst places in the world to be a girl. Due to the Ebola crisis, many more girls are now heads of their households, and early pregnancy is at an all-time high. Your critical support provides safe spaces, life skills content, and girl-friendly health services for adolescent girls during this time of crisis.