Malala Yousafzai

Student, Humanitarian and former BCC blogger.

I nominate Malala Yousafzai.

Born: July 12,1997 (Age 18)

Nationally: Pakistani

Place of Residence: Birmingham, United Kingdom

Family: Ziauddin Yousafzai (Father), Tor Pekai Yousafzai (Mother)


Backstory.

Malala Yousafzai as a young girl believed in girls education, she thought that everyone had the right to learn. The Taliban, (Terrorist Group) made Malala a target because the thought otherwise, and on October 9th 2012 on the way home in a school bus she was shot once in the head.


Achievements and acts of charity...

The took her from Peshawar to England to get better treatment and gladly she survived. She received a ‘Noble Peace Prize' and became the youngest to receive one, she also made a charity called the Malala Fund to help more girls go to school and get an education.


Why I Nominated Malala...

I nominated Malala Yousafzai because she had the courage to stand up . She was young that didn’t stop her from trying to make a difference, She has suffered she didn’t give up and for it she has encouraged others like myself and in the process even won the Nobel Peace Prize!



Good Qualities.

I believe that Malala has show discipleship qualities by forgiving the gunman that shot her, she said this during her speech on her 16th birthday 2013. Most people would not be able to forgive something as big as that. Another time I think she demonstrated these qualities when even taking a stand instead of being a bystander, just like Jesus at the Temple he saw a problem and took action.


In Conclusion,

Overall I think what Malala Yousafzai did and is doing a great thing for girls everywhere, her courage is encouraging and uplifting to others to know that someone still cares. Even though she is still a target, she still fights to help others.


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