Too many children around the world are seeing their opportunities for a less violent future vanish as we cheer for our team.
Despite banning female genital mutilation in 2007, Egypt has among the highest rates of FGM in the world. Plan International works alongside some of the girls, men, and women fighting FGM across the country.
How do we work towards building a society that is ready to address gender discrimination and menstrual health?
Christian Holmes is Deputy Assistant Administrator in USAID’s Bureau for Economic Growth, Education, and Environment, and the Agency's first-ever Global Water Coordinator. In this podcast, he discusses work with Plan and Coca-Cola in India around WASH in schools, along with other accomplishments.
At the center of the events around 2016 are global development leaders like Plan International USA CEO Tessie San Martin, whose spoken words have inspired, provoked, or helped us think differently about development and humanitarian work.
iCivil Africa, a company based in Burkina Faso, has developed a birth certificate system which involves a smartphone, a bracelet and encoded text messages.
Plan International’s Olle Castell, disaster risk manager in Asia, echoes the need for more apt indicators to prompt a quicker drought response.
The 'Domestic Violence Act of 2010: How Much Support for Survivors?' seminar was held in Dhaka on Wednesday. The seminar highlighted research that explores the successes and shortcomings of the Domestic Violence Act of 2010.
Plan International's Because I am a Girl Ambassador, Freida Pinto, reflects on previous visits to Morocco and Liberia where she met with girls who were confronting the barriers that were preventing them from receving an education.
To mark the International Day of the Girl, Girls worldwide became government ministers, mayors, and chief executives in more than 50 countries.
International Day of the Girl is being celebrated with a historic #GirlsTakeover, in which more than 250 girls will step into the shoes of leaders in politics, economics, and society across 50 countries.
On International Day of the Girl, girls are demonstrating their ability to change the world. Yet more needs to be done to make all girls visible, including gathering meaningful data about their lives, writes Plan International’s Zahra Sethna.