Plan International (Plan) has recently completed a study on the impacts of natural hazards exacerbated by climate change in El Salvador. We focused on how differently the impacts of a changing climate are experienced by people of different ages and genders. Some of what we learned in the study is presented in this blog.

16 June, 2021

Kibera residents are working with the Kounkuey Design Initiative to co-develop solutions that build flood resilience. Together, they are building a network of community-designed and managed public spaces that reduce flood risk, provide access to core services, and create new income-generating opportunities.

14 June, 2021

The Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna Delta of Bangladesh is on the frontline of the global climate crisis: these days, when the rains fall during the annual monsoon, it doesn’t just lead to occasional flooding; rather, up to a full quarter of the country – a landmass equal to the whole of Germany – can be submerged underwater. Millions […]

13 May, 2021

As part of the Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance, Plan International (Plan) has facilitated community groups to coordinate preparedness and response to flooding. This blog showcases how these groups leveraged their flood resilience capacity to respond to the outbreak of COVID-19.

30 April, 2021