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"We will only be able to achieve sustainable development and gender equality by forming new and innovative partnerships across different sectors," writes Plan International CEO, Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen, ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos this week. #wef17

Positive future for children depends on partnerships

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The time for realising girls’ rights has finally come. Will you join us?
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39% of India's 1.25 billion people are children.

Together with partners, we're committed to transforming the lives of the children who face the biggest challenges.

Partnerships help Plan For Every Child in India

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Syrian refugee children are recovering from the stress they have experienced from the war and are adapting to their new lives in Egypt thanks to Plan International’s Education in Harmony project.

Syrian children start a new life in Egypt

IN PICTURES: Meet the elders in Kenya fighting female genital mutilation. #EndFGM via Plan International Kenya & The Guardian

'It robs women of their dignity'

From pledging to end child labour to promoting safe cities for girls, here are the top 2016 moments for Plan India!

Plan India - Top 10 moments last year

Plan International has a bold new ambition: Together, we take action so *100 million girls* transform their lives.

Act now and spread the word! [ Plan-international.org Link ]

A bold new ambition

From birth to adulthood, we strive to support children to progress and lead healthy lives.

Transforming the lives of children and communities

This year we’ll step up our work to address the root causes of gender inequality.

Help us take action alongside children, our partners and supporters so that 100 million girls learn, lead, decide and thrive.

Reasons to be hopeful for 2017: Real change to come for 100million girls

Wishing you a very Happy New Year 2017!
2016 has seen child marriage banned in Zimbabwe and 14 Southern African countries agree a model law to stop the practice.

In 2017, we’ll keep working at community, national and global levels to STOP child marriage for good.

Reasons to be hopeful for 2017: Momentum builds against child marriage in Africa

In Benin, children who are ill can be confined to Voodoo convents for up to 7 years with no formal education.

We’re working alongside local partners and Voodoo priests to help them return to school after just 3 months.

Reasons to be hopeful for 2017: Voodoo convent children go back to school

On the International Day of the Girl in October girls from more than 50 countries took over positions of power to show they have the ability to change the world.

With the girls’ rights movement building momentum, we’re excited to see how girls will break down barriers and push for equality next year!

Reasons to be hopeful for 2017: Girls’ Takeover shows the power of the girls’ rights movement

2016 – What a year!

We’re looking back at events from the last 12 months which make us optimistic about the future of children’s rights in 2017.

9 reasons to be hopeful for 2017

Wishing you a very happy holidays!
Girls from around the world have made their presence felt by standing up for their rights.

Here’s a run-down of some of the inspirational girls and young women who made a positive difference in 2016.

Girls who made their mark in 2016

Having seen numerous friends get married before they were ready, Kiran and her peers decided to put their energies into putting a stop to child marriage for good. Through their advocacy efforts, they've now eradicated the practice in their community. Well done, girls!

Read more about some of 2016's inspirational girls: [ Plan-international.org Link ]
Juliana, 12, made her mark this year by grabbing national headlines in Paraguay. Why? She stepped into the shoes of the Mayor for International Day of the Girl on 11 October and ensured he signed a declaration pledging to uphold girls’ rights, improve schools, and uphold equal opportunities for children and adolescents. Go, Juliana!

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2016 - what a year! Meet the girls who made a positive difference to their lives, their communities and the world.

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Why are children as young as 9 treated like adult criminals?

Tell our lawmakers that criminalising children is NOT the answer! Sign the #ChildrenNotCriminals petition.

Criminalising children is NOT the solution