Shenila Khoja-Moolji, research fellow at Columbia University’s Teachers College and an education affiliate at the Harvard Divinity School, examines Western rhetoric surrounding girls’ education in South Asia. An expert in gender education with a focus on South Asia, Moolji cites the Aga Khan Development Network as an organization with a history of investing in girls’ education, grounded in Muslim ethics, that seeks “to improve the quality of life of populations in Pakistan (and beyond).” Read the full article in The Washington Post here.