Learn how Malala began her fight for girls — from an education activist in Pakistan to the youngest Nobel Peace Prize laureate — and how she continues her campaign through Malala Fund.
Recruiting female teachers and eliminating gender discrimination
Ensuring schools reach the most marginalised girls and training young women to speak out for their rights
Expanding access to free secondary school through advocacy, mentorship programmes and re-enrolment campaigns
Helping girls living under the threat of Boko Haram complete their education and campaigning for education reform
Fighting for education funding, guaranteeing 12 years of school for girls and training young women to speak out for their rights
Using technology to give girls access to classrooms and working to ease enrolment restrictions and reduce child marriage
Hannah W. Orenstein | June 19, 2019
From cricket championships to choir practice, Roll Call series highlights girlhood around the worldLearn what a week is like in the lives of girls from Brazil, India, Japan, Mexico and Turkey.
Tess Thomas | June 19, 2019
Holy cow! A cattle-shaped solar power station is helping children stay in schoolSouth Korean entrepreneur Sen Chang provides parents with free electricity when they send their children to school.
Zoë McClain | June 19, 2019
Drawing inspiration from Assembly stories16-year-old Zoë McClain finds a creative way to support Malala Fund’s work.
Hannah W. Orenstein | June 5, 2019
At Tokyo University of Science, students research how humans can live in spaceLed by Japan’s first female astronaut, the team of scientists at Space Colony Research Lab is preparing for life on a new planet.
Saraí López | June 5, 2019
Universities in Mexico are failing to keep their students safe19-year-old Saraí López describes the threats many students experience on university campuses.
Saba Khalid | May 15, 2019
How artificial intelligence is changing the way girls in Pakistan discuss reproductive healthSaba Khalid writes about creating a chatbot to answer girls’ questions on typically taboo health topics in Pakistan.
Lusi | May 10, 2019
A week in the life of a 16-year-old cricket player from IndiaLusi describes speaking at the U.K. parliament and competing in the Street Child Cricket World Cup.
Emma Yee Yick | May 1, 2019
Melodies of resistance in Guatemala: the Kaqchikel artist speaking out through songIndigenous singer-songwriter Sara Curruchich may be the first Kaqchikel woman to make it big in the music industry, but she vows to make sure she’s not the last.
Tess Thomas | April 29, 2019
For these Colombian soccer players, equality is the goalMelissa Ortiz and Isabella Echeverri fight against discrimination on the Colombian women’s national team.
Hannah W. Orenstein | April 23, 2019
Meet the women behind Malala Fund's Full Force videoThis team of student animators from around the world were the visual forces behind the “Girls have the power” video.
The fight for girls’ education won’t be
won by girls alone.
Sign up to learn how you can help support Malala Fund
and receive the latest updates on our work.