Plan International is gearing up to respond after Cyclone Dineo threatens to cause widespread damage across Zimbabwe.
Malawi has made a historic amendment to its constitution to fully outlaw child marriage following years of campaigning by youth groups and NGOs including Plan International.
Plan International Philippines is deploying an emergency response team to address the urgent needs of communities following a 6.7-magnitude earthquake in Mindanao on February 10.
While our organizations bring differing perspectives, and employ different methods in our work, one thing that unites us is our commitment to advancing gender equality, and the empowerment and human rights of all women and girls, in the United States and around the world. We believe that all people are created equal and deserve the opportunity to realize their full potential and exercise their rights.
Plan International is urging the U.S. administration to revoke the executive order and restore U.S. programs that provide protection to the world’s most vulnerable refugees, who are predominantly women and children fleeing conflict and persecution.
Millions of vulnerable girls and women will suffer if sexual and reproductive health services that provide vital support to them are withdrawn or cut back as a consequence of the Mexico City Policy.
Plan International has deployed emergency response teams to assess the urgent and immediate needs of children and families affected by the 6.5-magnitude earthquake that struck Aceh province in Indonesia on December 7.
Plan International is closely monitoring the impact of the 6.5-magnitude earthquake that struck the east coast of Aceh province in Indonesia today at 5:03 a.m. local time.
Plan International is monitoring the situation in Nicaragua after Hurricane Otto makes landfall along the southern coast of the country.