In COVID-19 and Girls’ Rights Series, With and For Girls shares learning, resources, knowledge and calls to action regarding the impact of COVID-19 on girls globally. It draws from the Collective partners, girl leaders at the grassroots level and the leadership team at Purposeful, within which With and For Girls is a programme. For Part Seven of the series, the team spoke with three organisations about the importance of girls’ digital engagement and empowerment, and how they are facing the pandemic. Girls’ Voices Initiative, based in Nigeria, was set up in 2013 to promote a girls’ rights movement through digital literacy and citizen journalism. Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) was established in 2007 in India to promote the inclusion of women in STEM. Arab Women in Science and Engineering (AWSc), was founded to address the persisting gaps in opportunities for girls and to help them to thrive in STEM fields.