Success Stories

For more than 80 years, we’ve been taking action and standing up for every child’s right to fulfill their potential. On a daily basis, our energy is devoted to making a difference for children living in poverty.

We stand up for children’s rights. We listen to the children we work with and find the best way forward together. We trust in what we do and strive to be open, accountable and honest.

We are different. We are Plan International.

Gender and Inclusion Programme Intern

This internship role will support Plan International’s Global Gender Equality and Inclusion Team to embed the principle of intersectionality across Plan International’s programme work and in the workplace.

Gender Equality and Inclusion Assessment Consultant

Plan International believes that gender equality is central to achieving our vision of a just world that advances children's rights and equality for girls. In line with this, Plan International Ireland has decided to undertake a Gender Equality and Inclusion Self-Assessment (GEISA) as a part of its wider gender mainstreaming process.

Ambrose Duffy
Head of Individual Giving

Ambrose joined Plan International Ireland in March 2018, and is primarily responsible for managing relationships with our many child sponsors.

Celebrating The Amazing Acts Of Courage And Determination

Against any stereotype and cultural norm.

Global Technical Lead - Inclusive Quality Education

Global Technical Lead for Inclusive Quality Education will lead the Plan International Federation on Areas of Global Distinctiveness.

Julie Dwyer
Emergency Programmes Desk Officer

Julie joined Plan International Ireland in November 2017.

George Massey
Emergencies Programmes Officer

George's fieldwork experience includes programmes in Haiti, Iraq and Sierra Leone.

Safety and Feeling Secure

People ask me if it is dangerous in the places that I travel to for work. The answer sometimes is yes, but we take certain security measures to alleviate this.

Cycle For Girls:
The Journey Of A Life-Time

Our Programme Areas

From the classroom to the crisis centre, we invest time and money into designing, implementing and measuring quality programmes across six key areas.

Everyday, we ensure that the children who are most marginalised receive the education and essential services they deserve and the protection and care they are too often denied.

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