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Apple Partners with Malala Fund to Support Girls’ Education

The big news of partnership between Apple and Malala Yousafzai is out on the web

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The big news of partnership between Apple and Malala Yousafzai is out on the web. Apple Partners with Malala Fund to Support Girls’ Education. The nonprofit organization of Malala i.e. Malala Fund will be used for this cause while supporting education in the underdeveloped countries. The list of those underprivileged countries include:

  •  Afghanistan
  • Pakistan
  • Lebanon
  • Turkey
  • Nigeria

Apple Partners with Malala Fund to Support Girls’ Education in Underdeveloped Countries

With the Apple’s help as the fund’s first ‘Laureate Partner’, “Malala Fund” has an initial goal to increase the secondary education opportunities to more than 100,000 girls.

Under this partnership, Malala Fund will double the grants it usually distributes  via its “Gulmakai Network.” The Gulmakai Network helps the local activists and educators in developing states that deal with different threats to girls’ education like poverty, war, and gender discrimination.

This is kind of very unique collaboration between any technology company and an education fund. The benefits of this program will be observed once the operations of Malala Fund are fully functional.

Moreover, as in Pakistan, the state of education is equal and the underprivileged areas seriously need various improvements. Hence with this partnership, chances are high that Pakistan will also be beneficial.

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