South Africa is getting its first private satellite, thanks to an ambitious group of schoolgirls and the Meta Economic Development Organization.
If you are a budding scientist with an unsupportive counselor, “stick to your guns,” Sandra Cauffman says. “This is the 21st century!”
What would happen if the 62 million girls worldwide had access to an education? #LetGirlsLearn wants to give them the chance to reach their full potential.
Educating girls increases developing countries' income growth and results in health and security payoffs for them and their families.
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.
Let Girls Learn, an initiative involving the Peace Corps and local communities, aims to expand access to education for girls around the world.
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.
The hashtag #2030now received over 1.6 billion Twitter hits as people around the world followed the events at the 2015 Social Good Summit in New York City.
One of every five people in the world cannot read or write, unable to accomplish daily tasks like completing a job application. What can you do to help?