Case Studies

Young women farming their way to a more sustainable future

A new generation of entrepreneurial female farmers is using green skills to shake up farming, producing food and creating sustainable livelihoods for their communities.
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Maham has hope for reproductive rights in the USA

Maham is exploring how she can use her leadership skills to effect change in Texas, after Roe v Wade was overturned in September 2021.
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Valentine the goat breeder undeterred by the hunger crisis

Valentine, 30, is a role model in her community despite her disability. Trained and financially supported by Plan International, she was able to start a livestock activity and earn an income.…
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Youth leader acts as a voice for the displaced

Floriane, 18, is supporting food crisis and conflict-hit displaced women living in her town by talking to them and providing them with food.
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Ukrainian teen refugees share images from home

Teenage girls now living in Romania share their memories from home, via the phones they use to keep in touch with friends and family.
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Young people are stamping out period stigma

On any given day, around 300 million people globally will have their periods. But all too often, this natural and healthy part of life is seen as shameful and dirty.
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Displacement and disability

In Burkina Faso, more than one million children have been internally displaced by an upsurge in violence in the country, and their needs are complex and wide ranging. Children with disabilities…
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The value of water for girls

Reflecting on the value of water in tackling COVID-19, keeping girls safe, helping children keep up with vital education despite the changing world.
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Tablet distribution helps Ukrainian children continue their…

We're working with the JRS to ensure Ukrainian children have uninterrupted access to safe, inclusive, quality education.
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Returning to school after fleeing conflict in Ukraine

As the number of children fleeing their homes in Ukraine grows by the day, conflict is disrupting the education of a whole generation of pupils.
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Hunger forces Guatemala’s girls and young women to search…

Hunger, and the lack of education and job opportunities which often cause it, are causing countless Guatemalans to leave their country in search of a better life abroad.
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Fathers develop positive family relationships in Uganda

Fathers’ clubs are supporting Ugandan men like father of 11, John, to discuss issues they face and become better parents and partners.
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