Malala Yousafzai’s charity: Malala ‘s life is ‘worthless’
Malala, the Pakistani teenager shot in the head by the Taliban in 2012, has become the face of a global fight against the spread of polio, after her charity, Malala Fund, announced plans to launch a campaign aimed at raising funds to pay for a trip to India.
“Today we want to do our best to raise funds to send Malala to India, and we hope that we will be able to do it. “
“We have raised a lot of money in this campaign, but it is just a fraction of what we want. “
“If we can reach $10 million, we will send Malali to India.” “
The Malala Funds announced the campaign on Friday morning in a tweet. “
If we can reach $10 million, we will send Malali to India.”
The Malala Funds announced the campaign on Friday morning in a tweet.
“It’s a small, but significant contribution,” said Ehsaneen.
“With your support we can give Malala a safe, healthy and affordable trip to Indian schools and hospitals, where she can be treated for polio and educate others.”
Malala has raised more than $1 million in the past five months on the fundraising platform, raising $10.2 million as of March 31.
“I think Malala is worth more than that, but she is worth nothing.
She is just another statistic.
She’s not worth the fight,” said Dr. Kamran Khan, the founder of the charity.
“You can only fight polio once.
A video of Malala raising money on the charity website shows her walking down a busy street with the message “I can do this”. “
For her to be worth so much, Malalas life is worth less than what she has already given.”
A video of Malala raising money on the charity website shows her walking down a busy street with the message “I can do this”.
Malala told Fox Sports that her family has asked her to return to Pakistan in the coming months, and she has asked them to help her out financially.
“My family has always been there for me.
I have always been a humble girl, I have been doing good work.
I am a happy person, I am not a victim, I do not deserve this,” she said.
The fund is the latest in a series of efforts to help fund Malala for a journey to India for treatment.
She has already been in Pakistan since December, where Malala was shot by the militant group, and has been living with the support of a number of charities.
The Malalala Fund said in a statement that it will donate its remaining $20,000 for her treatment and is offering to help Malala travel to India in the months ahead.