Malala Yousafzai Join Forces With Apple For Content Aimed At Women, Children

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Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai never stop amazing people all around the globe. She always worked for the rights of women and children. This time she has joined forces with Apple TV+ to create shows and documentaries centering on females and children. Through her collaboration with Apple, she will encourage more people all around the globe.

Malala who survived the gunshot in the head by a Taliban gunman in 2012 always worked for the basic rights of women. She was targeted by the Taliban because of her campaign against the efforts of the Taliban to reject women’s education. Yousafzai disclosed that she has inked a multi-year agreement with Apple TV+ to create series for kids, dramas, documentaries, comedies, and animation.

Last year, she graduated from Oxford University. She is a champion for girl’s education and was the youngest champion of the Nobel Peace Prize, in 2014, for acting to secure children from captivity, radicalism, and child labor. Pakistan is her home country, and, in her country, she never hesitated to raise a voice for women’s right to education. Malala was only 15 when she was fired by the Taliban while riding a bus. But she fought for her life and survived. After recovering, she never hesitated to raise a voice for women again.