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malala yousafzai

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Amy Lefebvre

on 4 December 2014

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Transcript of malala yousafzai

Malala was a young 10 year old girl when the Taliban took over her region
Malala Yousafzai
in Malalas family there is her mother, father, two brothers, and herself
Malala's Family
Malals Education
The Taliban said that music was a crime,women were not allowed to go to the market,and women were not allowed to go to school
Malala was born on July 12th, 1997 in the town of Swat, Pakistan
in Swat, Malala went to her father's all girls school, Khushal public school
Malala was one of the smartest girls in her school, and was always competing for the first place school award at the end of every school year.
Malala loved school and was very dedicated to her studies. When she was young, she always wanted to study to be a doctor.
When the Taliban took over, they said that girls were no longer allowed to go to school but malala and her friends secretly went anyway.
Malala Yousafzai
Malala and her family : Khushal Yousafzai(brother) Ziauddin Yousafzai (father) Tor Pekai Yousafzai (mother) Atal Yousafzai (brother)
Malala is 17 years old
Malala at school
for this Malala received many awards such as:
the National Youth Peace prize (14)
Glamour magazine Women of the Year for standing up for girls rights to education (16)
when Malala was young and the Taliban were not allowing girls to go to school, Malala started to do speeches and interviews telling people world wide about what was going on in Pakistan, she was fighting for girls right to get an education
one of Time's "100 most influentual people in the world"(16)
the Anne Frank award for moral courage
Rome prize for peace and humanitarian action
Malala was also the youngest person ever to win a Nobel peace prize(17)
The Taliban
Ziadduin Yousafzai
Malala's father was a big influence on Malala standing up for girls right to an education. He owned a girl's school and encouraged Malala to become better in school. He also was against having girls banned from school and helped Malala spread the word against the Taliban.
Malala Yousafzai and her father Ziadduin Yousafzai
Malala's legacy
malala is from a once peaceful area of Pakistan called Swat.
Swat, Pakistan
Malala Yousafzai is a amazing role model for everyone because she stood up for women's rights she beveled that she should be allowed to go to school and she did not let anyone stop her from getting a education
Malala Yousafzai
on October 9th Malala was targeted by the Taliban and was shot in the head on her way home from school.
Malala's Recovery
later her family moved to



Malala woke up on October 16th 2012 in a hospital in Birmingham England
the Taliban
the Taliban are an Islamic fundamentalist group that has been linked to terrorism.
Malala's first days in the hospital
Birmingham England
when Malala was in the hospital she got many letters supporting her from around the world, including some from celebrities such as Angelina Jolie
her recovery took many months and several surgeries, her face improved but never fully recoverd
two of her main doctors were Dr. Javid and Dr Fiona
in the hospital her brain was swelling so they removed a part of her skull, and placed it under the skin of her stomach
Malala continues to fight for womens rights to education
malalas dream is for peace and an education for every boy and girl around the world
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