This report outlines the progress that has been made with donor support to create a cycle of opportunity for millions of girls through Because I am a Girl.
This study investigates how the Domestic Violence Act of 2010 (referred to here as DVPP Act) is being implemented and explores its successes and shortfalls.
A synthesis of insights, based on an array of program and performance-related reports released during the first three years of Cambodia Rural Sanitation and Hygiene Improvement Program.
'Counting the Invisible' explores the current state of gender data and exposes the gaps.
The challenge of increasing access to water and sanitation in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals.
CLTS Learning Series: Lessons from CLTS Implementation in Seven Countries
Plan International USA evaluates the effectiveness of its Global Women in Management (GWIM) program.
The State of the World's Girls 2015 report is a collection of essays by a diverse group of writers, activists and politicians, based on the different themes of the report series.
Plan commissioned one of the leading thinkers in the area of media sector development to reflect on the state of play with Information and Communication Technologies for social accountability.
This report brings together the findings of a literature review on birth registration in emergencies, Plan’s own experiences, and experiences from other agencies.
The Ghana Transition and Persistance Final Narrative Report summarizes the activities, challenges, and impact of the project over three years.
This report draws on Plan’s own research and programming experience, as well as on a wide range of national and international studies, reports and initiatives on child marriage, its causes and consequences.
The final report for the Better Life Options program, which was designed to improve the education, health, and quality of life of Nigerian youth in Akwa Ibom State.
Based on research commissioned by Plan, this paper outlines the cost implications of violence in schools and the economic arguments for preventing it.
In two years since Learn Without Fear lanuched, key anti-violence campaign messages have reached an audience of over 94 million adults and children through radio and television shows, leaflets, training sessions and workshops.
The findings of a study, commissioned by Plan International, that examines the effectiveness our sexual and reproductive health programs in Asia.
Children’s education and protection rights are neither respected nor fulfilled by West and Central African States when schoolbased violence and abuse put boys’ and girls’ physical and psychological well-being at risk.
This strategy focuses on Plan's 3 education priorities: access, quality, and governance.
This comprehensive global WES expenditure review arose following a number of smaller cost studies and activities, which found a large variation in unit costs and expenditures across various Plan regions.