Malala Fund is working for a world where all girls can learn and lead without fear. Led by @Malala Yousafzai.
You read that right — on #DayoftheGirl , @Malala and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are getting together *virtually 💻* to celebrate girls and the power of their voices 🙌🏾. Join them this Sunday, October 11 ➡️
True champions get no days off, especially when your parents are national figures in your sport. Here’s a peek into Ayesha’s taekwondo training session with her father Mohammad, coach of the Pakistani national team. Her story:
“When I see someone like me, I like to talk to them to know them and what they are thinking because I know the struggle if you don’t express yourself.” How Paralympian Camila Haase Quiros is helping kids with disabilities thrive in sport and in life 👉🏾
As the first Black woman to play softball for @TeamUSA , @natashawatley29 used to think her presence was enough to inspire. She now knows that it never hurts to raise your voice. How the two-time Olympian works to ensure that all girls get a chance at bat:
When girls go to school, they: 💰 earn more money at work 🩺 have healthier children 🙅🏾♀️ face less intimate partner violence It’s clear — educating girls isn’t just a smart investment. It’s the right thing to do. Via @BrookingsInst
GIRL POWER! Fields Medal mathematics prize won by woman for first time in its history