Six girls who were born when the Millennium Development Goals were introduced have been speaking out about the high levels of gender-based violence in schools.
Senegal, 4.55 mins
Meet Omar, a student from Senegal, who reports girls as young as 13 have been raped by their teachers.
See how Because I am a Girl is on track to score a winning goal for girls.
Malawi, 3.05 mins
Watch our innovative stop-motion film on the power of girls' education to transform lives.
Zambia, 6.36 mins
Meet Purity and Saviour - two Zambian teenagers who are very much in love. But being married and having two children by the age of 16 is making life complicated.
See what female genital mutilation really means for the more than 125 million girls and women around the world who have been cut.
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.
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.
An increase of only 1% in girls secondary education attendance, adds 0.3% to a country's GDP.