What We Do

Malala Fund wants to see a world where every girl can complete 12 years of safe, quality education.

We advocate — at local, national and international levels — for resources and policy changes needed to ensure all girls complete 12 years of school.

Our Advocacy Work

We invest in developing country education leaders and organisations — the people who best understand girls in their communities — in regions where most girls miss out on secondary education.

Our Programmes 

We amplify girls’ voices. Malala Fund believes adolescent girls should speak for themselves and tell leaders what resources they need to learn and achieve their potential.

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Programmes Snapshot

Educating Girls in Pakistan

Educating Girls in Pakistan

We work with local education organisations to expand their capacity to enroll more girls in secondary school, including in some of the country's most remote areas.

Alternative Learning Programmes

Alternative Learning Programmes

In northern Nigeria, we've helped establish community-supported safe spaces clubs to help strengthen adolescent girls' academic and life skills, provide access to mentoring programmes, and support girls' decisions to delay marriage.

Education in Emergencies

Education in Emergencies

In Lebanon and Jordan, we invest in schools for Syrian refugee girls, who are at risk for early marriage. Responding to the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone, we support a radio-based learning initiative during and after school closures.

21st Century Skills

21st Century Skills

In Kenya, the Malala Fund supports training in information technology and life skills for girls in Nairobi's slums.

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