With Hurricane Irma now heading towards Florida, child rights organization Plan International is urging the international community not to forget about Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
Child rights and humanitarian organization Plan International is ready to respond to Hurricane Irma – the most powerful Atlantic storm in recorded history – in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
Plan International is appealing for increased funding to scale up its response and meet the critical health, protection, and livelihood needs of children and their families devastated by the recent flooding in Bangladesh.
Plan International is providing humanitarian relief support to children and families in India, Bangladesh, and Nepal who have lost their homes, personal belongings, and livelihoods following weeks of heavy, torrential monsoon rains in the South Asian countries.
The decision to close a loophole in El Salvador's child marriage law marks an exciting step forward for the fight for girls' rights, says Plan International.
Lebanon's Parliament abolishes Article 522, a law which allowed rapists to avoid prosecution if they married their victims.
Thousands of children have been rendered homeless in Sierra Leone by mudslides and flooding that destroyed parts of the capital city on Monday.
Thousands are in need of food, water, sanitation, and shelter after heavy rainfall triggers flash floods and landslides in Nepal.
Plan International has joined the UN Security Council’s call to all parties in South Sudan, north-east Nigeria, Somalia, and Yemen to urgently enable delivery of life-saving aid to millions trapped in conflict.