Malala Yousafzai Net Worth
PROFESSION: BLOGGER, ACTIVIST FOR RIGHTS TO INSTRUCTION AND FOR girls
Malala Yousafzai is a courageous heart teenage instruction activist from Pakistan. As a child, she became an advocate forgirls’ instruction, which resulted in the Taliban issuing a death threat against her. On October 9, 2012, a gunman shot Malala when the child was travelling home from school. Malala bravely survived the savage attack, and has continued to speak out on the significance of instruction. In 2013, she was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize and addressed the United Nations, campaigning for the privilege to instruction for every child around the world.
Malala Yousafzai has started a new library at Birmingham and declares: ‘novels will defeat terrorism’. The entire capital cost of the job was 188m Yousafzai has also signed a $3 million book deal publishing her life story.
Malala was born into a “Sunni Muslim” family. The significance of her name “Malala” is “Greif stricken”. At her house in Mingora, she resided with her two younger brothers, her parents, Ziauddin and Toor Pekai. Her dad Ziauddin Yousafzai is a poet and an educational activist himself. Malala Yousafzai was motivated by her dad to stand for his or her right to education for women.
Yousafzai started speaking about schooling rights as early as September of 2008. Malala used to attend the school, founded by her dad. At the time Swat district was suffering from the growing sway of Taliban. Taliban militants headed by Maulana Fazullah were taking over the Swat Valley, banning television, music, girls’ education,and women from going shopping. Bodies of beheaded officers were being hung in town squares. The group had already blown up more than the usual hundred girls’ schools. It was then when Yousafzai started composing Urdu Blog for BBC that was covering the atrocities of Taliban in Swat. Her websites published under the by line “Gul Makai”. On 3 January 2009, Yousafzai’s first entry was posted to the BBC Urdu website.
The efforts of the young Yousafzai required the world with by storm. As Yousafzai became more recognized, the risks facing BBC became more extreme. Death threats against BBC were published in newspapers and slipped under her door. BBC started receiving death threats on face book. Finally, on October 2012, the Taliban militants acted on their plan and shot Malala, who was riding back home from school. Malala was hit with one bullet, which went through her head, neck, and stopped in her shoulder. Two other girls were also wounded in the shooting. Kainat Riaz and Shazia Ramzan. Both of them were secure enough to speak to reporters and provide details for the assault.
After the shooting,Yousafzai was airlifted to a military hospital in Peshawar, where the physicians successfully ran on her brain, that was damaged by the bullet and were able to remove the bullet. On 11 October 2012, she was taken to Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology in Rawalpindi. Interior minister Rehman Malik then announced that Yousafzai would be changed to Germany to get greatest clinical treatment and that the government would bear the costs of her treatment. On 15 October, Yousafzai was taken to United Kingdom, where she was treated at Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Prayers and Help
Offers to treat Yousafzai came from all over the world. Yousafzai came from coma on 17 October 2012 and was responding very well to the treatment. She was released in the hospital on January 3, 2013.
Malala talked at UN about worldwide access to instruction to every child on her 16th birthday on July 12, 2013. The UN dubbed the occasion “Malala Day”. Yousafzai received several standing ovations.
Wages and Honours
Yousafzai has been awarded many national and international honours. She’s been nominated for Noble Peace Prize in the March 2013 and February 2014. A portrait of Yousafzai is displayed at National Portrait Gallery, London. The portrait was made by Jonathan Yeo.
International Children’s Peace Prizenominee, 2011
National Youth Peace Prize, 2011
Sitara-e-Shujaat Pakistan’s third-greatest civilian bravery award, October
2012TimemagazinePerson of the Yearshortlist, December 2012
Mother TeresaMemorial Award for Social Justice, November 2012
Top Name of 2012 in Annual Survey of Global English, January 2013
One ofTime’s “100 Most Influential People In The World”, April 2013
International Campaigner of the Year, 2013Observer Ethical Awards, June 2013
International Children’s Peace Prize, KidsRights, 2013
Ambassador of Conscience AwardfromAmnesty Award International
2013Clinton International Citizen AwardsfromClinton Foundation
2013Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought– awarded by theEuropean Parliament
2013 Pride of Britain, October 2013
Glamor magazineWoman of the Year
GG2 Hammer Award –GG2 Leadership Awards , November 2013
2013 International Prize for Equality and Non-Discrimination
2014 Nominee forWorld Kids’s Prizealso known as Kids’s Nobel Prize
Malala has also written an autobiography, “I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Instruction and Was Shot by the Taliban”. It was released on October 2013.
The Malala Fund
The Malala Fund- They are girl-centric approaches to instruction that support the Fund’s aim of creating a world where every girl reaches her true potential.
Malala with US president Barack Obama
The Queen and her husband, Prince Phillip, invited the young activist to a reception at Buckingham Palace.