Hacker News: Malala Fund to raise $20M for Pakistan project

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Malala Yousafzai and Malala’s foundation have donated up to $20 million in the past three years to Malala.

In addition to her foundation, the fund has raised around $10 million through a fundraising campaign in December.

This is the second time Malala has been a part of the Malala fund.

Malalas Foundation was set up to support Malala after her shooting death by a Taliban gunman in 2011.

Since then, she has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations, but has received no formal funding from the United States.

Malaloza is the youngest person to ever win a Nobel Peace Prize.

She was a vocal critic of the Pakistani government, and her advocacy for the rights of women and girls has been instrumental in raising public awareness of the issue of women’s rights.

Mallaz is currently a visiting fellow at the International Women’s Foundation (IWF), which supports women’s development in Africa.

She is the author of many books, including “In the Valley of the Women: A Woman in the World’s Struggle” and “The Power of Women in the Face of Globalisation”.

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