Rihanna is continuing her commitment to young people around the world.
The ANTI singer visited children in Malawi on Sunday, sharing a video of the fun and games to Twitter, writing, "Today's lit af! Played soccer on a dirt field with the most beautiful kids in Mchingi, Northern Malawi #CLF #GC #GPE."
Looks like the whole day was a blast!
The 28-year-old singer's trip is part of her work with the Clara Lionel Foundation -- founded by Rihanna in 2012 -- which aims to increase access and opportunities for children worldwide.
"Global Ambassador for Education @rihanna working with students in Malawi to further the #CLF mission," the organization posted on Twitter.
Rihanna's global commitment was only made more clear on Saturday, when she joined the growing list of voices against President Donald J. Trump's immigration ban executive order.
"Disgusted! The news is devastating," she tweeted. "America is being ruined right before our eyes! What an immoral pig you have to be to implement such BS!!"
Rihanna's dissent was met with criticism from Azealia Banks, who shared several posts to her Instagram page
, criticizing the singer for going after the president.
Meanwhile, Rihanna celebrated her ANTI album's one-year anniversary last week.