Kavita Dogra

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Beyond the Hashtag: Celebrating #16Days and working to end gender-based violence

Hashtag activism; does it work? See how social media is helping change the world by raising awareness about issues like gender-based violence. Read more »

Gender: It is Time to go Beyond the Binary

We are committed to the inclusion of all gender identities. Has the time come for us to move beyond the binary? The answer is complicated. Read more »

It’s Not Enough to Get Girls Into the Classroom; the Future Lies in Keeping Them There

Once girls get to school, it's a challenge to keep them there. See how we're working in Mozambique and Vietnam to help break down the barriers to education. Read more »

Gender Inequality is Keeping Girls Out of School

Too many girls around the world are being denied their right to an education but gender equality remains attainable with determined youth leading the way. Read more »

6 Creative Ways We’re Making Education More Accessible

Celebrating World Literacy Day by sharing the creative ways in which Plan International is making education more accessible for children around the world. Read more »

Making life-saving assistance accessible after the floods

A devastating monsoon season has taken the lives of over 1,400 people in South Asia. See how Plan International is helping families affected by the floods. Read more »

3 Reasons Why We Need to #ChangetheBirthStory

Too many women and girls are losing their lives and their potential to thrive. Your name has power to change the birth story, find out how. Read more »

In it for the long run – why we focus on development, not aid.

Celebrating World Humanitarian Day by sharing some insights on our approach to humanitarian assistance work and our hopes for the future. Read more »

Everyone, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity should be treated equally

In the face of emerging forms of political and systemic discrimination, Plan International will not waiver on its commitment to gender equality & inclusion. Read more »

Children not soldiers – the fight for equal opportunity continues

The world needs to better protect children from losing their childhood's out on the battlefield. Rehabilitation is possible but we must focus on prevention. Read more »

Igniting the power of women in rural Pakistan through dairy farming

See how our dairy farming projects in rural Pakistan are empowering women and developing their leadership and business skills. Read more »

Girls in Honduras advocated to end child marriage and won!

See how Plan International supported girls campaigned to end child marriage in Honduras and won. There is now a full ban on marriage for children under 18. Read more »