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About Plan
The plan

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  • Where
    WORLDWIDE
  • What
    SPONSOR A CHILD
  • Impact
    1 sponsor: 1 child and their community building a better future
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About Plan

Plan is a global children’s charity. We work with children in the world’s poorest countries to help them build a better future.

For over 75 years we’ve been taking action and standing up for every child’s right to fulfil their potential by:

  • giving children a healthy start in life, including access to safe drinking water 
  • securing the education of girls and boys 
  • working with communities to prepare for and survive disasters
  • inspiring children to take a lead in decisions that affect their lives 
  • enabling families to earn a living and plan for their children’s future

With your support children, families and entire communities have the power to move themselves from a life of poverty to a future with opportunity.

  • Our 8,000 staff from around the world are all deeply committed to helping children
  • Plan has a presence in 68 countries across the world
  • Our community-led child-centred approach helps children build a better future for themselves
Latest News
  • Menstruation. It’s hardly the dinner table talking point. In fact, it’s something many people shy away from or go rosy in the cheeks at the slightest mention. But here at Plan, we’re here to break that taboo because menstruation matters. Menstruation has massive implications on the well-being of women and adolescent girls all over the world. In fact, it has affects women and adolescent girls around 3,500 days of their lifetime.
    28-May-15
  • Confined in doors for seven days, banned from using salt in food and missed school classes. Here, nine girls from across world bravely open up about the stigmas and difficulties they faced when they got their first period. Child rights organisation Plan International is working in communities across Asia and Africa to ensure young girls are educated on how to manage their menstrual hygiene. Why? Because menstruation matters. Period.
    27-May-15
Latest Blogs
  • While the world’s attention is understandably on the devastating earthquake in Nepal, another humanitarian emergency is unravelling in East Africa. Steve William's reports from the ground on the Burundi refugee crisis.
    26-May-15
  • Events unfolding following Nepal's second earthquake remind us that big earthquakes and aftershocks take a heavy toll on minds of the survivors, especially small children. Impact on the mind are often invisible. Relief efforts should prioritise such emotional needs.
    18-May-15

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