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Development partners

Plan is a member of the key networks and alliances working to improve children’s lives in developing countries.

Plan works in partnership with:

  • Action for Global Health – a cross-Europe network of non-governmental organisations and charities focused on achieving the health Millennium Development Goals
  • Child Rights Information Network – a global network for children’s rights that undertakes activities around the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
  • Connect4Climate – an initiative spearheaded by the World Bank connecting youth around the world to share their stories on climate change in a competition using photography, video and social media. The competition will culminate in an awards ceremony during the UN climate change summit in Durban, and will evolve into a global platform for climate change and development issues.
  • Global Call to Action Against Poverty – an alliance of trade unions, NGOs and the women’s, youth, community and faith groups calling for world leaders to end poverty and inequality
  • Global Movement for Children – a coalition aiming to unite organisations and individuals to build a world fit for children. Plan is a member of the convening committee.
  • Global Campaign for Education – a coalition of NGOs, child rights activists, and teachers’ and public-sector unions campaigning for free, good-quality basic education for all
  • NetHope – a unique collaboration of 32 international humanitarian organisations working with industry partners to use ICT to aid development projects and disaster relief efforts.
  • The Communicating with Disaster Affected Communities (CDAC) Network - a cross-sector collaboration between aid agencies, UN organisations, the Red Cross Movement & media development organisations.
  • The One Foundation - - the charitable arm of the One brand, supporting communities across Africa to address some of the most pressing humanitarian issues, including access to water, sanitation, nutrition and poverty.
Latest News
  • In some parts of Benin, children that are allegedly possessed by spirits are sent to voodoo convents. Their names are changed and they have to perform rituals every day. This can go on for up to eight years, meaning when they leave they've missed out on education
    25-May-16
  • The average woman menstruates for 3,000 days during her life time. Since menstruation is such a big part of a woman’s life you’d expect menstruation to be considered normal and natural. But this really isn’t the case for millions of women in developing nations. This infographic shows the stigma girls and women face every day just for having a period.
    25-May-16
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