For 80 years, Plan International UK has been promoting the rights of children, specifically girls, through its work in education, health, child protection, economic security and sanitation.
We believe that through education, access to better healthcare, and economic empowerment, girls can achieve more and break away from traditional domestic roles.
Our story began in 1937, when we provided support to refugee children fleeing the Spanish Civil War. Today, we're still working around the world to prepare and respond to disasters, ensuring that communities can act quickly in the face of an emergency or conflict.
Educating girls to break the cycle of poverty and inequality
Improving access to health care, clean water, sanitation and menstrual hygiene
Helping communities when disaster strikes and preparing for future disasters
Helping families in poverty get the skills they need to provide for their children
Ending a practice that causes physical and emotional trauma
Read child brides stories and find out how we're ending child marriage