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Since 2004, Plan International has collaborated with Accenture through Accenture Development Partnerships – the company’s social impact-focused International Development practice – to carry out more than 60 projects globally.Our strategic partnership includes such innovations as the “Identity at Birth" mobile registration platform, as well as organizational strengthening initiatives and skills training projects across Plan’s many regional, national, and country offices.

Through our collaboration with Accenture Development Partnerships, we strive to help the 230 million children around the world without registered births to claim this right through innovative digital solutions, improving access to basic services in countries with the greatest need.

Our relationship with Accenture also includes support from Accenture’s global corporate citizenship initiative, Skills to Succeed, which is equipping more than 3 million people with the skills to get a job or build a business. Together, we are working to address the global youth unemployment crisis (an estimated 95 million youth were unemployed in 2016) by improving the prospects of disadvantaged young people around the world to participate fully in the economy. Through Skills to Succeed, Accenture helped provide skills training to 4,000 disadvantaged youth in Brazil, Colombia, and El Salvador. Within the scope of this program, Accenture Development Partnerships co-designed Plan’s private sector partnership strategy, aptly named Youth Employment Solutions (YES!), to create new and innovative approaches, supported by a shared value business case, to employ disadvantaged young people.

In Thailand and Indonesia, our partnership is equipping 7,100 disadvantaged youth with the skills and opportunity to pursue safe and fairly paid employment. This was achieved through the expansion of Plan’s Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) program into these countries, following TVET’s success in Vietnam and India.

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