#GenderEqualityIs core to development objectives, fundamental for the realization of human rights, and key to effective and sustainable development outcomes.
World AIDS Day was celebrated on December 1. Plan is actively working on HIV prevention worldwide through sustainable, community-led solutions that focus on children, young people, and their families.
Plan's Vulnerability Framework tool identifies the causes of child trafficking while cross-cutting programming prevents and protects vulnerable children from being trafficked.
With the Plan Federation adopting a new global strategy that advances girls’ rights as a stated priority, there is greater investment and opportunity for creating positive change.
Plan shares its new purpose statement and the results of an independent 10-year impact evaluation of the BRIGHT project.
Looking ahead to the New Year, Plan International faces opportunities to do even more. Our global federation just finalized its strategy to unite all the Plan offices under a common purpose. This new strategy puts girls squarely at the center of our community work.
Achieving the SDGs while ensuring we meet the needs of women and girls throughout the goals is a challenging task that can only be achieved through the creation of strategic partnerships among and between governments, civil society, and private sector institutions.
The first edition of From Plan to Action, Plan International USA's quarterly program and advocacy e-Newsletter.