Wednesday, January 22, 2014

The Heroic Women of the Year 2013 - Malala Yousafzai

So here is the final show - The Heroic women of the year 2013 show has given the first place to Malala Yousafzai who won the hearts of millions other women around the world. From a teenage girl to an old woman, she was admired by everyone even men around the world. She totally owned the previous year 2013.
the hero of 2013 Malala
She is now in the heart of every single children who is helpless, who is uneducated and who is fighting for their rights. Malala Yousafzai became a worldwide symbol of peace and touched millions of times in 2013.

Here is the video of the Heroic women of the year 2013 - where you can watch Malala in the first place with other top Heroic women of the year:


Malala is now running worldwide campaign for education. She wants to help every single girl in the world striving to get education. She moreover, has established Malala Fund to help the world out of poverty and ignorance. 

We hope - Malala will rise children voice in 2014 as well, because she is a brave and indeed a powerful woman in the world. 

See the previous Malala year in highlights: 

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Malala Receives Europe's Biggest Human Rights Prize "Sakharov"

The news is that, Malala Yousafzai who was shot by the Taliban in the head has received another yet the biggest European human rights prize called "Sakharov" which is one of the major prizes got by many other international personalities such as South Africa's Nelson Mandela and Aung San Suu Kyi from Burma, while Malala is the first Pakistani who got this prize. She is the youngest person who got this prize. 

The European Parliament President, Martin Schulz, presented the award to the 16-year-old activist who already got many awards in the past. Here is the picture of the moment when Malala got the award in Strasbourg, France today. 
Malala got Sakharov award
The teen girl was already nominated for "Nobel Peace Prize" this year, but she didn't not receive the Nobel Prize, however, she received many other international awards such as women of the year 2013 by Glamour, Women's rights award "Raw & War" and many more which we can't count. 

On the occasion the smart lady said that, it courges her more to have such great honors. She said, the importance of this prize is very closer to my heart because I am now in the row with Nelson Mandela, a great human activist. 

There are millions of girls across the world aren't eligible to join school due to different situations, there are girls who can't get higher education due to early marriages, there are girls who are threatened, there are girls who are tortured. Malala added. 

She moreover said, the powerful nations are not those who have weapons, guns and bombs, in her opinion the powerful nations are those who have educated society, human morals, education for everyone and equal rights for both genders female and male. 

The world and developed countries have to help Pakistan and other developing countries to increase the literacy rate and reduce the poverty which is the major reason why girls are not getting education, she added more.

Friday, November 15, 2013

Malala Yousafzai is selected as the Glamour Women of the year 2013

Malala Yousafzai the girl shot by Taliban back in 2012 has been selected as the woman of the Year 2013 by Glamour magazine. After the announcement she was given the award of the woman of the year in NY, USA just on 13th November, 2013. She traveled herself with her father Ziauddin Yousafzai to receive the award in New York. She was very happy on that occasion in New York and also gave some interviews to different TV channels. She again reminded that, she is not afraid of anyone to get her education. And she added, she would work for the children around to world to help them getting education. She won't leave anyone helpless, she added.

Malala at Glamour Award of the year
Malala as a glamour women of the year
She would continue her education, and would work for other girls in developing countries who are not capable to get their education. Therefore, she has established "Malala Fund" to help millions of girls around the world. And you can also contribute to that fund if you want to be the part of the cause. 

She got what she deserved and with all of your support, We hope she'll get succeed in her mission to educate every girl in the world.