Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousafzai spoke at the World Economic Forum this year and addressed the #MeToo movement.
"We not going to ask men to change the world anymore. We are going to do it ourselves," the 20-year-old gun-shot survivor told some of the world's business and political elite in Davos, Switzerland.
"We need to stand up and raise our voices and we are going to change the world."
As part of her mission to do just that, she recently former a partnership with Apple (APPL) . Apple and the Malala Fund will provide education to underprivileged girls in Lebanon, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Pakistan and Turkey. The goal is to educate at least 100,000 girls.
I am grateful to my friend Tim and @Apple for investing in our dream of a world where every girl can choose her own future. Together we will support the incredible girls we met in Beirut and millions like them around the world. https://t.co/nMm8aOuQVy— Malala (@Malala) January 22, 2018
Watch our video above for more of her inspirational talk at #WEF2018.
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