So Rihanna took to Twitter to ask the world's leaders if they'll be portioning money out for global education this year. The whole thing was a part of the Global Partnership for Education that aims to solve the problem of 263 million children and youth who are now out of school.
With all her loyal followers eyes on these leaders, a few of them even responded to the Barbadian babe, including Germany's Steffen Seibert, Argentinian president Mauricio Macri, and the oh-so-handsome Canadian PM, who assured RiRi that he's "got her back". The following month, Harvard named her Humanitarian of the Year. Last year, she started a scholarship for worldwide students to attend college in the U.S. In January, she went to Malawi to teach kids math and raise money for the Global Partnership for Education, where she serves as an ambassador.
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Rihanna, along with the Global Partnership for Education, hopes the G20 leaders will fully support the GPE's replenishment plan and secure $3.1 billion between 2018 and 2020.
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