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Everyone in this town has most likely heard of Malala Yousafzai. If not, you are definitely missing out on a story about a truly miraculous girl. Malala is standing up for girls’ education in Pakistan, after the Taliban banned it in 2008. In honor of her bravery, Swat Valley, her home town, is opening five schools for girls in her name. 
Everyday she would hear a new story about a school being destroyed because girls were attending them, yet she was still courageous, she was still strong, and she was still motived to speak out opposing the Taliban. She began writing a journal for The British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC, about her struggles going to school as a girl in Pakistan. She would sign her journals using the pen name “Gul Makai,” so the Taliban would not see her speaking negatively about her home. To many, she was like a hero; fighting, and protesting against the “bad guys,” in order to create justice, to get young girls, and women deserve the rights they deserve. When Malala was fifteen, her life changed. An attempted assassination against Malala left her in need of many surgeries due to a gunman’s bullet. 
This did not stop her from fighting, instead it made her stronger. She began campaigning globally for women’s education all around the world. The Malala Fund was created in 2013 in order to give all girls the possibility to receive an education. Through her work, she is helping girls in four different countries receive twelve years of free and safe education in a good quality school. In 2017 she went on tour listening to the challenges girls faced in order to receive their education. She would then tell the girls’ stories that she heard, to powerful nations in attempt to persuade them to help girls around the world receive education.
Today, Malala is twenty and already has made a significant impact on the future. This is why we wish to repay her. The schools, “Malala Yousafzai School for Girls,” will be opening in 2020, in hopes to support her, and her work, along with inspiring young girls to have the courage and strength and motivation; just like Malala did, to receive their education. Now what will you, people of Pakistan, do to help girls receive their education? In order to make education available to all, we need all hands on deck, and the support of everyone.

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