Malala Fund

Malala Fund


Malala Fund is working for a world where all girls can learn and lead without fear. Led by @Malala Yousafzai.

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130 million girls were already out of school before #COVID19 . Now 20 million more might not return. @BorisJohnson  - a generation of girls is counting on our support. Now is not the time to back out of commitments to education.

“At the age of 11, circumstances beyond my control plunged my education — and my dreams for the future — into uncertainty. Right now, a generation of girls is in the same situation. — @Malala  Your gift on #GivingTuesday  supports girls who are at risk of not returning to school.

From podcasting to planting trees, girls everywhere are tackling climate issues in any way they can. 🙆🏾‍♀️ Read our roundup with @girlrising  and @girlsalliance  to discover five young activists working to protect the planet!

As all eyes are on #COP26 , quality education is one climate solution that should gain more political attention, writes @CKwauk  of @BrookingsInst .

You can support this call by signing the letter, sharing it in a post and tagging your country's leader urging them to take action.

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Make 🤌🏾 it 🤌🏽 make 🤌🏿 sense.

“I think all I care about is telling the truth.” — @malala 

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It’s @Malala’s 25th birthday 🥳🎉 and there are 25 ways — and more — you could celebrate! But the best gift you could give her today is joining her fight for girls' education. Make a donation now to show your support.

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@Harry_Styles  wants "to live in a world where EVERY child can go to school." RT for #action1D 

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"We will not accept a world where decisions about our future are made in rooms girls cannot enter."— Malala

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Thank you and Canada for pledging $180 million for replenishment. We hope that other countries will follow your lead next week in Dakar. Educated girls become empowered women who grow economies. #WEF18 

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“My hope is that every girl, from Rio to Riyadh, can be free to choose her own future. Whether she wants to be a developer, a pilot, a dancer or a politician, education is the best path to a brighter future.” — | #MondayMotivation 

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After tweeting about life in war-torn Aleppo, 8-year-old Bana Alabed is now back in school — and writing a book.

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#JoCoxMP “showed us all that you can be small and still be a giant.” —Malala Yousafzai#MoreInCommon 

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? is ready to start her day in Salvador, Brazil! This week she will meet girls from around the country and hear their stories. Follow along for updates! ??

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