One year after the Nepal earthquake, Plan International aims to rebuild 20 schools and repair 16,000 classrooms
Laura Brazee, Plan's Program Manager for Youth & Economic Empowerment, provides seven meaningful ways that girls can become a part of the international development decision-making process.
Successfully working at scale means planning for scale from the beginning and understanding “what works” in program design and implementation. Jan Willem Rosenboom, a senior program officer in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Strategy for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, points out that while acting on observations seems conceptually simple, it is harder in practice.
In her latest Devex guest column, Ann Hudock outlines the fundamental revisions to post-conflict assistance strategies that will create new opportunties for and empower women.
The #MyTrueBeauty social campaign supports girls' education through Glamour's The Girl Project.
Jacqueline aspires to be the "best female electrician" in Kyagwe, thanks to support from Plan International.
These girls are real-life superheroes, showing tenacity, spunk, and overall compassion in the face of sometimes seemingly impossible odds.
Plan International USA has acquired the Africa Business Unit of communications, technology and research consulting firm Danya International.
A new publication, produced by the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security in partnership with Plan International USA, highlights the important role that reconstruction assistance plays in supporting women and building upon their wartime resiliency in order to capitalize on these new roles and aid in defining the post-conflict environment.
Plan partnered with USAID to implement multi-year, multi-sector disaster risk reduction programs while simultaneously providing protection, shelter, and water, sanitation, and hygiene assistance.
Model Toni Garrn and Maiyet celebrate Plan International's Because I am a Girl campaign in Miami.
The Ebola outbreak has passed, but the girls who have been left behind must face a new set of obstacles: the loss of family and financial security, teen pregnancy, and academic pressures and social stigmas.