The pop star is traveling on behalf of her Clara Lionel Foundation, Global Citizen and the Global Partnership for Education
Rihanna‘s getting to work, work, work, work, work in Malawi.
Photos of the pop star have surfaced online, and PEOPLE has learned she is visiting the African country to spend time with key educators, government officials, students and mentors to promote education on behalf of her Clara Lionel Foundation and as the ambassador for Global Citizen and the Global Partnership for Education.
The singer, 28, was spotted with Global Citizen CEO Hugh Evans as well as Julia Gillard, GPE’s board of directors chair during a meeting in a Malawian village.
“met the bravest, most humble kids and young women this week! I can’t wait to share more!” she shared Sunday on Instagram.
Since rising to fame, Rihanna has become a vocal philanthropist. In 2012, she launched her Clara Lionel Foundation charity in honor of her grandparents to improve health, education and arts and culture around the world. As for her ties to Global Citizen, the performer — who scored eight 2017 Grammy nods — headlined the organization’s annual Global Citizen Festival last fall