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Honor the Courage of this 14-yr-old Pakistani Activist: Support Education for Girls in Pakistan


Malala Yousafzai, a 14-yr old who campaigned for girls' rights, was shot in the head on her way home from school in Pakistan. Malala is one of the best-known females in the country because she has advocated for education for young girls. The Taliban have openly admitted to the attack, and say that they will target her again if she recovers. Don't let her courage be silenced; $160 can pay for a full year of education for a Pakistani girl like Malala. Help fight terrorism through giving.

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  • tonitokings

    How Can I help? I have economic issues right now but I live in America and I know my voice is powerful, is there anything I can do.

  • bpreville

    I was angered to read in the news that the Taliban shot a14-year-old schoolgirl in the head for her advocacy for girls' education. However, even the World Bank is undermining the rights of young women to receive an education.
    In 2012, the World Bank promised to increase grants and loans for global education by $750 million over 5 years, declaring a 5-year baseline for their pledge, a 40% increase. Now they claim a 10-year baseline, or a 9% decrease!
    Donor countries pledged an additional $2.5 billion over 3 years to education for all children. However, the World Bank’s fuzzy math nearly wipes that out with their $2.3 billion decrease.
    Let’s hold the World Bank accountable for their pledge… for the 61 million children who cannot get a primary school education.