Children, girls, young women and their communities were directly reached through various activities under our programmes
Adolescent girls and young
Children, girls and young women
Children upto 18 years benefited
Under -6 children reached
Plan India is a nationally registered not for profit organisation striving to advance children’s rights and equality for girls, thus creating a lasting impact in the lives of vulnerable and excluded children and their communities. Since 1979, Plan India and its partners have improved the lives of millions of children and young people by enabling them access to protection, quality education and healthcare services, a healthy environment, livelihood opportunities and participation in decisions which affect their lives.
India is home to more than 424 million children, the highest in the world. Millions of these children do not have access to their rights.
3 out of 5 women have not completed school/ their education.
1 in 4 women are married “before they are 18years or when they are still a child”.
4 in 100 children die before celebrating 1st birthday due to malnutrition and due to lack of access to quality health services.
12.9 Million Children from the age group of 7-17 years are engaged in child labour.
I decided to be a part of Plan India because they are most reliable and trusted organizations we have in our country and during this period of my attachment with this organization I have always felt proud on my decision of being a part of their journey. Plan India has some very significant projects which can really make a difference to the society and change the meaning of charity to humanity. I have and would like to support the adoption project through which you can change the life of a child and give him or her the choice and quality of life one deserves. I would recommend Plan India to everyone in my network Plan India.
I always wanted to support a girl child and while searching on social media I came across Plan India. The program Meri Beti Meri Shakti – A Plan India initiative intrigued me. I believe Plan India is doing a great work since long on grass route level to raise the bar of society. I have and will always recommend Plan India to my friends.
Plan India is a great platform to help children who cannot afford education and basic amenities of living. Education is key to growth of any children. I would like to support all the projects as and when I get the opportunity in future. Right now, I have been supporting project on Girl Child and also children who cannot afford nutrition and who are not physically fit. I got to know about plan from a call by one of Plan India’s representative.
The work that Plan India is doing in the rural areas in the field of education is something that caught my attention. Education is important for all but education of a girl child is our responsibility. Empowering and educating girls today will lead to a better India tomorrow. I got to know Plan from there website and will definitely recommended them to my friends.
Education is must for everyone specially girl and Plan India helping millions of children which made me contribute to the cause and it is also my social responsibility to do so.
I researched your organisation when I was first contacted by one of your representatives. The reason why I was attracted towards Plan India is its work on child development and women’s welfare. The organisation is doing genuine work which reinforced my decision to contribute to it. I always recommend Plan India to my friends.
Plan India’s work is focussed on a grass root level wherein people who are in need actually see the benefits of the programme. I would like to continue supporting ‘Sponsor a girl child’ in the current capacity. This is because I feel that education is a very crucial area for the country’s progress, and India can never consider itself truly developed unless its women are empowered. Women empowerment must start from the root, which is education. I have recommended Plan India to my fellow colleagues. I regularly support to their causes as much as I can.
The team is fighting especially for girl child education. Maybe that is the most valuable gift that we can give to future generations. Thanks to you guys.. Because of you, I became part of this noble cause.
Plan India initiated its programs in India in 1979. It began its services in need-based and welfare approach only with sponsored children and their families till 1994. Between 1995 to 2003, Plan India began the Integrated Community Development approach to benefit many children beyond the sponsored children. During this period, the programs were designed for individual and community development. In 1996, Plan India was registered as a National Organization. It has engaged in a big way in the humanitarian sector by responding to the Asian Tsunami in 2005-2006 and released its first report on “State of the Girl Child in India”. From 2005, the Child Centered Community Development approach was practiced by Plan India which put children at the center of all our actions and decision-making processes. This has since continued with Plan India incorporating a gender transformative approach to all its programs.