Education is a key path to women's empowerment. When girls and women are able to go to school and learn, their families and societies benefit.
One in 3 women is a victim of violence or abuse. Support 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence and reverse the trend.
The first Miss America of Indian descent, Nina Davuluri, is also the first Miss America to have earned a science degree.
Let Girls Learn, an initiative involving the Peace Corps and local communities, aims to expand access to education for girls around the world.
NASA's first female astronauts paved the way for a generation of girls, like 13-year-old Alyssa Carson.
Without the right to vote, today’s women couldn't run major corporations, serve in the military and hold public office. Here's how they did it.
Thierry Kajeneza grew up in Burundi, seeing women and girls being mistreated. So he started a group that focuses on stopping gender-based violence.
If girls can't get an education, they are not the only ones losing out, first lady Michelle Obama said, announcing new U.S.-U.K. programs to help.
October 11 is the International Day of the Girl Child, a day to help girls stay in school and lead better lives. Check out a few ideas for what you can do.