The 'Judas' singer – who is on tour in Africa - tweeted this week that she will be encouraging free expression among children in her work with the United Nations charity.
"On Dec. 1 I visited Isibindi Safe Park in Naledi to speak w the children about Youth Empowerment on behalf of UN/UNICEF," Lady GaGa wrote about her current trip to Africa.
She continued: "I will be continuing my work with UN/UNICEF and a Littlemonsters.com page documenting our progress will up shortly.
"Teaming with the United Nations I can continue breeding our Born This Way message of compassion. #KinderAndBraverWorld."
GaGa has established her own Born This Way Foundation, whose work is focused on inspiring young people to better their local communities.
The Born This Way Foundation recently launched a youth advisory board. The board is open to people between the ages of 17 to 23.
GaGa will be continuing her 'Born This Way Ball' concert tour in Oslo, Norway on Thursday (December 6).
Watch Lady GaGa's 'Born This Way' music video below: