In a matter of months, the COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on life as we know it, across the globe. It’s been named the worst health crisis of a generation and caused more deaths than the entire Ebola epidemic. But in reflecting on Plan International’s 2014 Ebola response in West Africa, we can uncover insights and lessons, to ensure we’re responding to this global crisis in the most effective way we can.
Child marriage denies girls the freedom to make their own decisions, to be in charge of their bodies and in control of their futures, and you’ve been quick to mobilise and stand with us every time we’ve raised our voice to end this harmful practice.
More than half a million Rohingya people have fled Myanmar during the last few months. Among them, there are thousands of pregnant women.
Using plastic and wood to make toys, Rohingya children are finding ways to play and be kids in extraordinary circumstances.
It’s a sad fact that the world’s poorest children, who have contributed the least to climate change, are the worst affected by it.
This World Refugee Day we're addressing the importance of birth registration for displaced children.
Every single child, regardless of where they were born and where they are now, has the right to feel safe.
Being a teenage girl is tough. Being a teenage girl refugee is infinitely tougher.
Aid workers at Plan International Australia have shared their defining moments from the field to mark World Humanitarian Day (August 19).