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Aulani Wilhelm, an ocean conservationist
This Global Citizen of America Helped to Save Hawaii’s Waters. Now She’s Going Global
Joe McCarthy

“There’s this sense that the ocean isn’t a barrier but that it’s what connects us,” Aulani Wilhelm, an ocean conservationist, told Global Citizen. “Voyaging and going outward and connecting and going back and forth has always been deeply rooted.” Wilhelm is the senior vice president for the center for oceans at Conservation International. She was born and raised in Hawaii and she’s spent much of her career advocating, successfully, for the protection of the oceans.

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Malala Just Asked the President of Nigeria to Declare a State of Emergency For Education
Alice Jowett

Malala Yousafzai has called for a state of emergency for education to be declared in Nigeria. On Monday, Malala – the 20-year-old Nobel Prize winner – met with the acting president of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, to discuss the importance of investing in children’s education in the region. The human rights activist is visiting the West African country as part of her #GirlPowerTrip.

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Girl Scouts Add a New Leadership Goal — Cybersecurity
Joe McCarthy

Girl Scouts will soon be adding new cookies to their collection — your Internet history. The youth organization known for Thin Mints and Samoas is teaming up with Palo Alto Networks to bring cybersecurity education to potentially millions of girls. This partnership is a way to break down gender barriers in the technology world, fill a much-needed employment gap in the cybersecurity industry, and get youth members ready for an increasingly digitized future.

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Hillcrest High School Principal Greg Leavitt, the overarching goal of the program is to set up ninth-graders for success as they start high school.
Students Get Paid to Attend Summer School, But See Other Rewards
Marjorie Cortez

For Hillcrest High School Principal Greg Leavitt, the overarching goal of the program is to set up ninth-graders for success as they start high school. “If you can create a successful ninth-grader, that’s the biggest predictor whether someone is going to graduate and be successful. So we have to catch those kids in that eighth to ninth-grade transition,” Leavitt said.

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#girlscount
Show World Leaders that Girls Count
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130 million girls don’t have access to education. So we’re asking the world to count them, one by one. Your count will join others as we try to make the world’s longest video, urging our leaders to get girls into school. #GIRLSCOUNT

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The Birth of an Idea
Michele Sullivan

This is the story of a woman. A woman I will call Mary. I met Mary in Tanzania last year, and she told me a story of change. Mary’s story is not unique. Across the globe, there are more than 1.2 billion people who live on less than 2 dollars a day.

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Investing in girls’ education to advance global development
The Role of Girls and Women in Breaking the Cycle of Poverty
Sue-Lynn Moses

Investing in girls’ education to advance global development is a no-brainer, and there are some big funders making big moves in this space. For instance, the Caterpillar Foundation is zeroing in on the role of girls and women in breaking the cycle of poverty.

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Meet Diana, a girl on the move
UN Foundation

In the Petén region in Guatemala, six out of 10 indigenous girls are out of school by the age of 15. Bicycles give girls the freedom to attend school safely and the independence to create a brighter future for themselves.

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UN Foundation

In the Petén region in Guatemala, six out of 10 indigenous girls are out of school by the age of 15. Bicycles give girls the freedom to attend school safely and the independence to create a brighter future for themselves.