Nobel prize winner Malala Yousafzai was a guest recently on Ellen Degeneres Show, where she talked about her struggle to fight for women’s right to learn in Pakistan, and how getting shot at 15 years old in the face, helped her get over her fears. Yousafazi added that she uses her meetings with people in Power like Obama, to deliver people’s messages. At only 18, she knows now that there’s no place for hesitation or fear when it comes to telling those in power about people’s rights.
At the end of the interview Ellen Degeneres Donated iPads To Syrian Kids In Lebanon, offering Yousafzai’s school iPads with learning application installed to help all the students with their education.
Yousafzai opened a school in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon On 12 July 2015, near the Syrian border, for Syrian refugees, to provide education and training to girls aged 14 to 18 years.
Watch the complete interview: