Informative Essay On Malala

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I first heard of Malala Yousafzai while watching my favorite show, The Daily Show. As Jon Stewart said, it was “humbling to hear her speak” (The Daily Show). I had a tears form in my eyes just listening to her. She was my age and she was so intelligent and doing so much for her country and girls around the world while I was sitting in my pjs watching One Direction videos on Youtube. After watching her interview I began seeing her all over Tumblr and I could not complain. I became obsessed with learning more about her and through that I discovered the Malala Fund. The Malala Fund was started by Malala and her father, Ziauddin Yousafzai. The fund aims to “ensure every girl has access to 12 years of free, safe, quality primary and secondary …show more content…
The page also opens with a video of Malala talking, in which she gives a very basic review of the fund. This video has a more solemn vibe than the last but works up to the smiles and happy tone of the last video. The page has many pictures and links where you can choose to read a story of a girl involved with the fund, or learn more about the advocacy and programmes linked to the fund. The page is very successful in its intent to educate you about the fund. It has plenty of links and by providing pictures of girls and stories it also works, as the whole site, to appeal to young women. Girls who see those pictures and read those stories will again feel a connection and want to learn and do more. By clicking on the next heading, “Malala’s Story,” you instantly see a picture of Malala accompanied by her iconic quote, “One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen can change the world” (The Malala Fund). The quote captures a common theme of the site which is that education is a necessity and extremely important. That theme helps reinforce the purpose of the fund which is getting girls this necessity around the

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