See how girls from around the world are celebrating Malala's Nobel Peace Prize win.
Watch and share It’s a Girl Thing – our video to show the world what it’s really like to be a girl this International Day of the Girl.
Watch our new animation and see how you can use the power of advocacy to help achieve quality education for all.
See what female genital mutilation really means for the more than 125 million girls and women around the world who have been cut.
Sierra Leone, 8.12 mins
See how poverty, child marriage and discrimination are stopping 85% of girls in Sierra Leone from going to secondary school.
Mali and Niger, 6.15 mins
From violence to child marriage, see some of the threats girls face in the Sahel.
Global, 2.43 mins
65 million girls around the world are denied their right to an education by the daily realities of poverty, violence and discrimination.
Cameroon, 3.41 mins
When Lamana from Cameroon turned 15 she was forced to marry a man who would not let her go to school or even leave the house. He beat her if she tried.
See what Malala Day meant to the Plan-supported delegates who took part in the first ever youth takeover of the United Nations in New York.
Pakistan, 5.56 mins
Malala was shot by the Taliban in Pakistan because she dared to be a schoolgirl. But violence isn't the only thing stopping girls from getting an education.
Every 3 seconds, another girl is forced or coerced to marry.