Girls have been attending Girl-Friendly Safe Spaces to discuss their fears and anxieties, talk about their dreams for their futures, and ask questions about sensitive subjects.
Girls Safe Spaces were established by Plan International USA, a partner of Glamour’s The Girl Project, and funded in part by Caterpillar Foundation.
Funds raised from Toni Garrn's annual Supermodel Flea Market will benefit Plan's Educational Opportunities in Zimbabwe Project.
Equal Measures 2030 is ensuring women's groups, rights advocates, and decision makers have easy-to-use data and evidence to guide efforts to reach the Global Goals by 2030.
A new report, published by Equal Measures 2030, finds that many policymakers are ill-informed about the most pressing issues affecting gender equality in their countries.
While experts largely agree on the definition of economic empowerment — a woman’s ability to make decisions about her own financial well-being — there is growing contention about the way we measure it.
USAID is primed with the experience and processes that can successfully transition sectors and countries off of U.S. support.
Congress and the administration should follow MFAN’s Guiding Principles and make smart investments to increase the information and impact of our aid.
Shreeram KC, Communications Manager for Plan International Nepal, cited transportation as the biggest challenge to implementing Plan's emergency response plan.
Last month, eight of America’s largest international relief organizations — including CARE, International Medical Corps, International Rescue Committee, Mercy Corps, Oxfam, Plan International, Save the Children and World Vision along with partners Google, PepsiCo, Visa, and Twitter — launched a collective fundraising and awareness campaign, the Global Emergency Response Coalition.
In a major push to avert complete disaster, eight U.S.-based relief agencies have joined forces to launch a two-week fundraising appeal.
With a Foreign Assistance Act that has not been overhauled since its enactment nearly 60 years ago and the administration’s redesign process for State and USAID well under way, the United States’ aid architecture is in dire need of bold ideas and creative solutions.