MALALA IS GIVING HER $100,000 OF AWARD TO HELP EDUCATE KIDS IN PAKISTANMalala Yousaf Zai, the child rights futuristic is the youngest person of the whole world who has won the Nobel Prize, now she has also won the freedom Medal on Tuesday, and she has guaranteed that she will donate her $100,000 award to improve the education system in Pakistan.
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Yousaf Zai received the annual prize from the National Constitution Center due to her “bravery and spirit in the face of difficulty and for raising a voice for those people who are not speaking for their human rights and liberties” the NCC said this.
The 17 years old girl, gave a speech charting her wish to see the 57 million children that they are are presently out of the school. She has given the right to an education system in Pakistan and she told with in the few days after winning the Nobel Prize with India’s Kailash Satyarthi.
“I am very pleased to receive this medal,” she said in a speech sprinkled with jokes. “It motivates me to carry on my movement for education system in Pakistan and all around the world and to fight for the human rights of each and every child in,” she added. Malala announced that she will donate her Prize money towards the education for the development of education system in Pakistan.
She has called on countries round the whole world to resist spending the money on guns and weapons and she said that instead of this people should spend the money to devote in their children’s futures for education. She also said that, “Education is the best weapon through which we can fight deficiency, illiteracy and violence. So I ask all the countries all around the whole world, let us say no to wars.”
The schoolgirl, who presently lives in Britain, rose to standing in Pakistan. She has protest for girls’ right to education in Pakistan. In October 2012, she was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman and is regarded with distrust and disgust among many people in our country, Pakistan.
Emigrant to Britain, she has made a significant recovery in Pakistan and today she has attend the school and flies around the world to champion for universal access to education system through her Malala Fund donations.
“Malala’s brave fight for equality and freedom from oppression is the indication that; she is a loving, committed leader and irrespective of age. She has the power to burst out a movement for the developmentof education system in Pakistan,” said NCC chairman Jeb Bush. “Let us all, young and old people, try to be like Malala—to challenge the status quo and to serve as the substances for a meaningful change in Pakistan.”
The Freedom Medal is granted to those people who have struggled to secure the freedom for people around the whole world. Past receivers include the former presidents such as George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, Nelson Mandela, Shimon Peres, Kofi Annan and Bono.