Plan India, a member of Plan International Federation, is a nationally registered independent child development organisation committed to creating a lasting impact in the lives of vulnerable and excluded children, their families and communities.

For over 35 years, Plan India and its partners have improved the lives of millions of children by providing them access to protection, basic education, proper healthcare, a healthy environment, livelihood opportunities and participation in decisions which affect their lives.

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Digital Learning Centres

Digital Learning Centres

In 2015, 400 million Indians had internet access, an increase of 49% from the previous year. However, the percentage of women users was just 29%. (Source: Internet and Mobile Association of India)

The Digital Learning Centres, set up by Plan India in collaboration with Ericsson, utilise technology solutions to provide a quality education to young women in the age group of 15-25 years within their own communities, thereby overcoming the challenge of limited mobility.

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Saksham

Saksham

Saksham is an initiative to support disadvantaged youth, especially young women in India to enable them to realise their dream by equipping them with essential life and market oriented vocational skills, which not only helps them to access decent employment but also makes them representatives of a gender just society. Saksham provides youth living in disadvantaged community an opportunity to escape poverty through training and employment by giving them the skills to get a job and become economically secure.

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Young Health Programme

Young Health Programme

Young Health Programme (YHP) aims to make a meaningful difference to the health and well-being of the marginalised adolescents. It is helping them make informed decisions about their health, now and in the future. Plan India is implementing YHP in five resettlement colonies in Delhi (Holambi Kalan, Mangolpuri, Badarpur, Dwarka and Madanpur Khadar) with support from four NGO partners and in partnership with AstraZeneca, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Plan International.

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School on Wheels

School on Wheels

School on Wheels is an integrated approach towards improving the quality of education for underprivileged children. It seeks to ensure pre-primary and primary education for all children up to the age of 14 leading to their overall development.

The project has been implemented in the South Mumbai slums by Plan India's partner NGO Door Step School. The key component of the project is a bus designed as a mobile classroom to provide alternate educational facilities to street children and pavement dwellers.

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Missing Child Alert

Missing Child Alert

Missing Child Alert is a project responding to the grave issue of child trafficking and child labour in South Asia. The project is led by Plan International and South Asia Initiative to End Violence Against Children (SAIEVAC) with financial support from Post Code Loterij, Netherlands. The project is being implemented in Bangladesh, Nepal and India. The project works closely with the Ministry of Women and Child Development, State level Child Welfare Committees and local police departments to strengthen regional instruments and policies to ensure justice..

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  • State of the Girl Child Report 2015

    The State of the Girl Child Report 2015 – What Next? analyses and presents a synthesis of programming and policy recommendations from 2009-2014

  • Stories of Change

    Success stories from our projects documenting good practices that indicate the positive shift in the community acceptance of gender equality and celebrating girlhood.

  • Survive to Thrive

    This photo documentation captures the challenges confronted by Indian girls and women during their lifecycle.

  • State of the Girl Child Report 2013

    The effects of disasters on adolescent girl’s right to protection, survival, development and participation at the community levels are brought to light in this report.

  • Annual Report 2013-2014

    The latest annual report from Plan India highlights the work done with children, their families and communities in India.

Publications

From our reports on the state of girls to gender discrimination, the latest newsletters and annual report – you can download and learn more about Plan India and the work it does here.

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