2022 CANADIAN IMPACT NUMBERS
2022 CANADIAN IMPACT NUMBERS
Plan International canada’s Impact in 2022
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15,393 CHILDREN AND ADULTS were helped through economic-empowerment initiatives 11,977 YOUTHS IN CANADA participated in broad-scale knowledge building through Power Within clubs and online programming
We received $274 MILLION from 17 INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERS and 200,447 SUPPORTERS to fund our work 102,101 GIFTS OF HOPE were purchased by ethical gift givers for a total of $7.2 MILLION
1.3 MILLION CHILDREN , ADOLESCENTS AND ADULTS received health care and education
581,627 PEOPLE were reached by our COVID-19 response
$1.48 MILLION was provided to refugees from Ukraine in the first four months of the crisis
382,996 CHILDREN AND ADULTS received food support
YOUTH ENGAGEMENT AND ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT
PROTECTION FROM VIOLENCE
Plan International Canada’s work reached
140 , 965 children were supported by 98,417 SPONSORS in Canada
496 , 967 children , including 252,611 GIRLS , accessed education
129 , 661 children were protected from harm, including abuse and exploitation
including 7.6 MILLION CHILDREN ( 3.8 MILLION GIRLS )
including 6.2 MILLION CHILDREN , received life-saving services from our programs with The Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB and Malaria
in Canada participated in youth-engagement initiatives
were reached by Plan International Canada’s disaster-relief work
“If the world doesn’t pay attention, 811 million people struggling to find food in the world’s hungriest
What do you want your legacy to be? At 27, Beverly Marchand has already made a difference for future generations with a gift in
Mary Di, who became part of the Child Sponsorship program in Cambodia when she was four, shares how other Plan International programs are helping educate young people in her community about sexual health and teaching them job skills, like sewing, so they can be financially independent before they marry. Mary Di hopes to one day be a police officer like her father. Learn more about our Child Sponsorship program on page 18.
As part of the Eradicate TB & HIV project in Guinea, boys and girls participate in Champions of Change Clubs to learn how to fight against gender- based violence and about gender
A good teacher changes lives. But if you’re one of the 8,000 teachers living in Ghana’s most marginalized and hard-to-reach communities, it’s difficult to attend professional training workshops. The Train for Tomorrow project is an interactive distance- learning program led by expert trainers and funded with a grant from Dubai Cares. Learn more about our education programs on page 20.
Kassandra participates in our $11.5 million She Decides project in Peru. She joined our Political Advocacy and Governance program and launched Actívate, a youth-led group that raises awareness about girls’ rights. Her goal is to become a doctor so she will be able to help survivors of gender-based violence. Learn more about our protection-from- violence programs on page 48.
“Menstrual health is a human right. Women shouldn’t feel like it’s a curse to be a woman due to their periods.” – Ila, a youth ambassador at the Storytellers Symposium
her will to Plan International Canada. “A legacy gift allows you to make that extra contribution, and for me it’s a way to make sure that what I started when I was alive is still echoing in the universe afterwards,” says the PhD student from Sainte-Catherine, Quebec. Learn about other Plan International Canada legacy supporters like Beverly on page 87.
places will become a forgotten statistic,” declares Stephen Omollo, our new Plan International CEO. Learn more on page 70. $94 , 729 was raised during the first week of the hunger crisis campaign
equality and girls’ rights in the context of eliminating these diseases. The project, which was developed in partnership with The Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB and Malaria, also receives matched funds from Canadian supporters. Learn more about our health programs on page 28.
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