U.S. army soldiers are teaching children in Djibouti about nutrition and dental health. Learn more about the difference they are making.
The State Department's TechWomen and TechGirls programs give participants the confidence and skills to pursue their STEM dreams and help others in turn.
Thanks to a combination of a hit Netflix limited series and the pandemic, chess surged in popularity among Americans during the past year.
Mena and Zena Nasiri started a nongovernmental organization to donate books featuring strong Muslim women to schools — and the movement quickly grew.
In the past, there were very few women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) jobs, but today women hold nearly 3 in 10 of those jobs.
One U.S. student is using science to tackle global problems, such as contaminated drinking water. Learn more about this Kid of the Year's innovations.
What happens when 100 girls from five different countries come together for a science and technology camp? Teamwork, friendship and skills-building
Somalia has long been known for its poets and storytellers. Learn about a U.S.-backed program using oral traditions to help strengthen literacy there.
High school girls in Wyoming are changing the game of coding for their school — and helping their community in the process.