Famous Pakistani Girl Malala Yousaf Programs To Come Across Girls Around The World On Her 19 Birthday. For her nineteenth birthday, the youthful Nobel laureate Malala Yousufzai will visit young ladies from the world over; advising them that they have each privilege to have entry to quality training.
Her mom Toor Pekai kept in touch with her a sonnet for the event. She affectionately calls her a feline in it. With the hashtag #yesallgirls Malala has committed her nineteenth birthday to meet young ladies from the world over. The Nobel prize champ wants to point out the world’s the guarantee of instruction that was made to these young ladies. The same time a year ago Yousufzai denoted her eighteenth birthday by opening a young ladies’ school for Syrian exiles in Lebanon. Joined Nations secretary general Ban Ki-Moon proclaimed July 12 as ‘Malala Day’ to celebrate Yousufzai’s sixteenth birthday.
On the same event she conveyed a discourse at the United Nations central command calling for overall access to instruction. “Malala day is not my day, but rather the day of each lady, each kid and each young lady who have raised their voice for their rights,” said the youthful instruction lobbyist. Yousufzai rose to notoriety after she blogged to BBC about Taliban occupation in the Swat district and that hindrances it created in ladies’ entrance to instruction. Her story was then archived by the New York Times after which Malala transparently talked about the condition of training in the nation. Once Malala got to be vocal of her objection to the Taliban she began accepting passing dangers and on October 2012 was shot by aggressors.
Yousufzai invested a long energy in healing centers and experienced treatment until she was released in January 2013. Throughout the years Malala has had the pleasure of talking at the United Nations home office and has gotten the Nobel Peace Prize making her the most youthful beneficiary of the recompense.
The youthful Nobel laureate has as of late achieved “mogul” status through the returns of her book ‘I am Malala’ and her talks. A lot of that cash is spent building schools and financing training for young ladies. Yousufzai has gotten more than 40 diverse national and universal grants and respects for her commitment to young ladies’ instruction world over and was additionally the subject of Oscar selected narrative, ‘He Named Me Malala.’