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Liberia: Community Care Centers to Combat Ebola Virus Disease

This program supported two community care centers in partnership with the Ministry of Health; trained community health volunteers to do active case finding of possible Ebola Virus Disease (EVD); and provided community mobilization and social messaging to catchment communities, promoting awareness and prevention of EVD.


Kenya: Community-Led Action for Children (CLAC)

Since April 2015, with funding from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Plan International USA has been implementing a second phase of the Community-Led Action for Children (CLAC2) project that is reaching children in communities affected by the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Kenya.

Senegal Lecture Pour Tous

The Senegal Lecture Pour Tous project supports the Senegalese government’s efforts to improve literacy rates among primary school children.

Niger: Niger Education and Community Strengthening (NECS)

The NECS project aims to improve learning opportunities in Niger by strengthening community involvement in education, improving the educational environment for girls and boys, and enhancing literacy instruction for students and adults.

Zambia: Read to Succeed

The Read to Succeed project is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to increase learning in reading, math, and English in 1,300 Zambian schools.


Worldwide: Health Policy Project

The Health Policy Project works with in-country partners at the national and sub-national levels in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia, and Eastern Europe to sustain commitment to and ownership of sustainable policy and financing responses that support improvements in family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH), HIV, and maternal health. 

Worldwide: Health Policy Plus Project

The Health Policy Plus Project aims to improve the enabling environment for equitable and sustainable health services, supplies, and delivery systems through policy development and implementation, with an emphasis on voluntary, rights-based health programs, and by strengthening in-country partners’ capacity to navigate complex environments for effective policy design, implementation, and financing aligned to their priorities.  

Senegal: Programme Santé Santé Communautaire II

PSSC II focuses on strengthening the role of households and communities in the promotion, practices, and delivery of high impact maternal and child health, family planning, and reproductive health interventions.

Senegal: Health Systems Strengthening Plus

The HSS+ project aims to improve the performance of the health system by alleviating barriers to quality health services, and focusing on financing and health governance, in Senegal.

Ghana: USAID Systems for Health

The S4H project works to strengthen vital health systems building blocks, while mobilizing communities for Community-based Health Planning and Services facilities, strategic behavior change communication, and targeted demand generation to maximize service delivery coverage.

Malawi: One Community

The One Community project (OC) focuses on building strong HIV-competent communities, families, and individuals in Malawi.


Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

Cambodia Rural Sanitation and Hygiene Improvement Program

CR-SHIP focuses on creating access to basic and improved sanitation facilities at rural household and community levels, and inducing hygiene behavioral change among rural households and communities, key duty-bearers in government, and within the private sector.

The Water, Sanitation & Hygiene Fund

Children and youth will realize their right to safe, reliable, and affordable drinking water supplies; to hygienic sanitation; and to live in a clean environment.

Youth & Economic Empowerment

El Salvador: Youth Employment Solutions (YES)

This project seeks to contribute to the solution of social and economic exclusion of young people between 16 and 25 years of age, who neither work nor study, are at risk of abandoning their studies, and belong to families living in conditions of poverty in Plan program areas.

Niger, Senegal, and Sierra Leone: Youth Microfinance Project

The Youth Microfinance (YMF) Project aimed to improve the lives and help realize the rights of West African youth, with the overall goal to empower young people both socially and economically by increasing access to financial services and disseminating knowledge of critical life skills.

Uganda: A Working Future

A Working Future is a long-term, high-impact project working to develop Youth Economic Empowerment models for scalability and replicability in Uganda, as well as in different countries throughout the East African region.

Egypt: Forsa

Students in Egypt are trained in life skills, English, computer skills, and specialty courses in hospitality, customer service and sales, and health services.

Youth Leadership Academy

Plan International USA’s Youth Leadership Academy builds the capacity of youth in leadership and civic engagement, while increasing knowledge about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Egypt: Workforce Readiness for Youth in Urban Cairo

By working with local civil society organizations, employers, and marginalized youth to provide relevant training, skills, and linkages to opportunities with local employers, this project aims to facilitate the economic empowerment of youth in a community in Cairo.

Guatemala: Lifelong Learning Project

This project is led by Juarez and Associates, in partnership with Child Fund and Plan International, to improve education quality and access for underserved populations in Guatemala.

El Salvador: USAID Bridges to Employment

The USAID Bridges to Employment project, led by DAI and in partnership with Plan International and JBS International, aims to link over 20,000 at-risk youth to basic social resources of work, knowledge, security, and social capital to foster social inclusion through employment opportunities.

Thailand: Career Development Program for Youth

This project, being funded by Citi Foundation, aims to provide at least 610 marginalized youth, ages 16-25, from three centers in three urban provinces of Thailand, with the skills necessary to increase their employability or start their own businesses.

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