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Plan International USA is leading and innovating the fight for girls’ rights in more than 54,000 communities around the world. To achieve equality for all girls and young women, we center our work around five key impact areas: Gender & Youth Equality, Education, Maternal & Child Health, Skills & Work and Humanitarian Response. With support from our partners and people like you, we work with and for adolescent girls and children, to provide the support they need to reach their full potential with dignity, opportunity and safety.

gender equality programming

Gender & Youth Equality

Plan works to remove harmful barriers like child marriage and human trafficking. We stand up for youth rights and ensure that girls can take charge of their futures.

education programming

Education

Around 131 million girls around the world are out of school. Plan provides equal access to quality, uninterrupted education, so that girls, children and youth can grow into their full potential.

Maternal & Child Health Programming

Maternal & Child Health

Too many girls, children and young women lack access to quality healthcare. Plan is committed to health equity, promoting healthy behaviors and environments, and enabling strong healthcare systems with sexual and reproductive health services so that girls and communities can thrive.

Plan expertise area skills and work

Skills & Work

Girls and young women have big goals for their futures, but often, they don’t have the resources, networks, agency and access to pursue them. Plan provides girls and young women with programming that prepares them for professional careers of their choosing.

Humanitarian Projects

Humanitarian Response

Girls in conflict are some of the most vulnerable. We work with girls and other community members — before, during and after emergencies — supporting them to secure protection, pursue their rights and achieve resilience.

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