Rihanna, enigmatic pop star/actress, fashion icon and all-round cool girl has been inspiring us for over a decade, but in recent years she's really stepped up her humanitarian hustle. Her charity, the Clara Lionel Foundation has been doing all sorts of worthy stuff, like sending kids to college and pledging to improve education in impoverished countries; initiatives which rightfully earned RiRi a Humanitarian of the Year Award from Harvard in March this year.

In a new doco released by non-profit organisation Global Citizen, we take a close look at the singer's visit to Malawi in January 2017. The short film features a cameo from former PM Julia Gillard (she's a chairman on the Global Citizen project) and showcases how passionate and hands-on Rihanna really is when it comes to understanding the issues faced by developing nations like Malawi, which is one of the poorest in the world.

Undercut by adorable shots of RiRi interacting with kids in the classroom, the doco highlights challenges like over packed classrooms, lack of infrastructure and arranged marriages for young girls. Watch it below:

The 10-minute Rihanna documentary you HAVE to see