Chamki, a Muppet from India, brought a powerful message to the 2016 Women Deliver conference in Copenhagen.
Meghan Markle, Global Ambassador for World Vision and star of USA's hit drama "Suits," shares her personal connection to how the lack of water impacts female education.
Education may be scary for the thousands of Nigerians who are afraid to send their children to school in a region terrorized by Boko Haram. A society without education is even scarier.
Even if true, and the Pope were actually trying to make significant change, you don't get an "E" for effort in real life. Time's award is meant to note significant impact, not good intent. But worse, the Pope has not actually shown good intent, only good media skill.
Ornithologists may have discovered a rare species of owl in Oman. But there's an even rarer breed of higher education exhilaration in this tiny nation, an excitement that is igniting a flame of hope and possibility in a world that so desperately needs it.
Lets help make sure that every child, no matter his or her gender, is given the opportunity to unlock that potential.
Using various types of media and hands-on activities such as seminars and workshops, new-found female leaders can go one enlighten a larger population of women across the country.
What often goes overlooked is the financial opportunity that many countries sacrifice by not encouraging girls to receive an education and doing everything in their power to help girls go to school.
Malala Yousafzai's tragedy is our tragedy; may she live, and may this astonishingly beautiful young woman continue to inspire us. But her story teaches us that the hunger for learning is unstoppable.