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Explore our research on why girls’ education is the world’s best investment.
Malala Fund’s 2020–2021 Annual Report highlights our recent progress for girls’ education.
Malala Fund’s new briefing paper recommends how leaders can incorporate gender-responsive climate education in their COP26 climate adaptation, resilience and mitigation strategies to ensure every student is equipped with the information and skills they need to tackle the crisis at its roots.
Stop the setback: Addressing the girls' education financing gap after COVID-19
In this report, Malala Fund recommends how leaders can take urgent climate action at meetings this year, like COP26.
In this report, Malala Fund lays out a roadmap for how government officials and other stakeholders in the education sector can address the disproportionate effect of COVID-19 on girls in Ethiopia.
In this report, Malala Fund and our Education Champions lay out a roadmap to build back India’s education system with gender at the centre to promote inclusive growth and ensure every girl can learn.
In Girls’ education and COVID-19 in Pakistan, Malala Fund and our Education Champions highlight the impact of school closures on students in all four provinces with an emphasis on girls’ experiences.
In Girls’ education and COVID-19 in Nigeria, Malala Fund and our Education Champions highlight the impact of school closures on girls in Kaduna state.
Our latest report reveals the pandemic's lasting effects for the most marginalised girls.
Without enough funding, school systems cannot equip students with the skills and knowledge to realise their potential and prepare for the jobs of tomorrow.
If girls don’t receive quality education there will be a shortage of educated workers.
If every girl worldwide received 12 years of free, safe, quality education, lifetime earnings for women could increase by $15 trillion to $30 trillion.
Girls' education is key to tackling global challenges.
Malala Fund is calling on governments to develop a longer-term vision for refugee response.
Improving access to education for displaced and refugee children from Syria is a high priority for Malala Fund.
The poorest girls in the poorest countries often receive just three years of education.
World leaders must invest the funds necessary to ensure all girls can achieve the goals they set for themselves.