Plan International is preparing to respond with humanitarian assistance following the impact of Cyclone Roanu in Bangladesh, which has killed nearly two dozen people.
Plan International and UNFPA have launched #childmothers, a global initiative to inspire support for young mothers and to prevent very early motherhood.
Eight hundred earthquake-affected children have returned to temporary schools in Ecuador, with the support of Plan International.
A new project funded through the Toni Garrn Foundation will improve access to educational opportunities for girls in Zimbabwe.
In the wake of the Ecuador earthquake, Plan International sets up a series of child-friendly spaces to support the needs of children.
With Nepal still struggling to recover from a massive earthquake one year ago, Plan International is calling on the international community, governments, and donors to take immediate action to institute key protections for children from exploitation, child labor, and trafficking, while also meeting urgent health, educational, and counselling needs.
Plan International reminds the international community that the construction and repair of thousands of damaged and destroyed schools is crucial to Nepal's recovery.
Children are some of the most at-risk from starvation in Ethiopia, as the drought exacerbated by weather phenomenon El-Nino is causing further food shortages.
Plan International Germany has created a model project with St. John Ambulance which aims to establish international standards for humanitarian assistance.