It’s All Good! Malala’s Fight For Education & How You Can Help

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Malala Yousafzai's name speaks for itself. She's the youngest Nobel Prize Winner ever, fighting for girls to get an education.

Back in 2012, Malala bravely went to school after the Taliban issued an edict banning all girls from attending. In result, she was shot in the head. Today the 19-year-old's courage has made her the face for 63 million girls in the Middle East who wants an education.

Just imagine if you were banned from cracking open a book.

Malala still receives death threats, but that's not stopping her fight for rights!

Her fund helps enable girls to complete 12 years of safe, quality schooling.

We can all take a page out of Malala's book of life --- doing some good for generations to come.

 

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