Report | April 3, 2020
Malala Fund releases report on girls’ education and COVID-19
Almost 90% of the world’s countries have shut their schools in efforts to slow the transmission of COVID-19. While this will be a temporary hiatus for the majority of students, Malala Fund’s latest report reveals the pandemic will have lasting effects for the most marginalised girls.
Report | June 3, 2019
Financing at Full Force
Without enough funding, school systems cannot equip students with the skills and knowledge to realise their potential and prepare for the jobs of tomorrow.
Report | October 11, 2018
Full Force: Why the world works better when girls go to school
If girls don’t receive quality education there will be a shortage of educated workers.
Report | July 15, 2018
Cost of Not Educating Girls
If every girl worldwide received 12 years of free, safe, quality education, lifetime earnings for women could increase by $15 trillion to $30 trillion.
Report | June 10, 2017
Safer, Healthier, Wealthier: How G20 investments in girls’ education improve our world
Girls' education is key to tackling global challenges.
Report | September 21, 2016
#YesAllGirls: Education and the Global Refugee Response
Malala Fund is calling on governments to develop a longer-term vision for refugee response.
Report | February 18, 2016
#NotLost: Claiming Syria's future
Improving access to education for displaced and refugee children from Syria is a high priority for Malala Fund.
Report | July 5, 2015
Beyond Basics: Making 12 Years a Reality
The poorest girls in the poorest countries often receive just three years of education.
Report | July 1, 2015
Financing Upper Secondary Education
World leaders must invest the funds necessary to ensure all girls can achieve the goals they set for themselves.