TrivanaNews.com – The story of Malala Yousafzai, Taliban Violence Victim So Millionaire Malala Yousafzai, teenage fighters female education in Pakistan and his family have become a millionaire in less than four years.
Malala almost lost his life after being attacked by the Taliban, because the struggle. Malala, who is currently 18 years old, is the youngest winner of the Nobel peace prize.
The story of Malala Yousafzai, Taliban Violence Victim So Millionaire
He is known around the world after showing his steel-minded in the face of an assassination attempt against him in a school bus in the Swat valley Pakistan in October 2012. After the attack, when he was immediately taken to England and received medical treatment in the country, which is where he lives now.
Malala continues to fight for the rights of girls and got so many requests to appear to speak at various country. From this wealth of Malala gained, apart from the sale of a book about his life.
According to the Institute for Policy Studies, to be a speaker at the event, he asked for a reward of 152,000 US dollars (1.9 billion), This figure is higher than the requested Desmond Tutu , namely 85,000 dollars (Rp1.1 billion), the report said agency based in the United States.
The book contains his experiences, titled “I Am Malala” (I am Malala), was published in 2013 and in the UK has already sold 287 170 copies, with values proceeds from the sale of 2.2 million pounds (Rp38,8 billion). Overseas, sales reached 1.8 copies of the book, according to a spokesman for Nielsen Book Research.
Malala also established a charity, which is named after Malala Fund, to support education projects teenage girls in developing countries.
Families Malala in 2013 founded a company, Salarzai, Ltd. to protect the rights of the story concerns the life of Malala.
general information indicates that Salarzai Ltd, based in London and owned by Malala’s father, Ziauddin Yousafzai, Malala’s and mother, Toor Pekai, worth 1.87 million pounds (Rp33 billion) in August 2015. that value represents an increase of 65 percent compared to the previous year.
“Since Malala published book, Malala and her family had donated more than $ 1 million (Rp17.6 billion) to charities, mostly for projects which focus activities on education throughout the world, including Pakistan, “said family Yousafzai in a statement e-mailed to the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Earlier this year, Malala urged world leaders at a conference in London to raise funds amounting to 1, 4 billion (Rp18.4 trillion) to provide for the Syrian refugee children to get an education. (Between)