Since becoming a blogger for the BBC when she was 11 and surviving an assassination attempt at 15, Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai has become one of the world’s most prominent champions of education for girls in developing countries. Show More Summary
Apple is bringing a lot to its partnership with the education-focused Malala Fund, says CEO Tim Cook. The tech giant announced Monday that it will become the first Laureate partner of the Malala Fund, which is led by Nobel Peace Prize...Show More Summary
Today we’ve got new details on Apple’s upcoming HomePod smart speaker, Apple’s Director of Worldwide Investigations leaving the company for Facebook, Apple supporting the Malala Fund, and DroneDJ’s scoop on the upcoming DJI Mavic Air. 9to5Mac...Show More Summary
Apple has pledged support to the Malala Fund, the organization led by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai, with the assistance expected to increase the Fund's impact in providing education to girls living in developing countries, including new programs in India and Latin America.
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Inspired by the work of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai, Apple has announced that it is supporting her work to provide educational opportunities to girls in developing countries. Apple says its funding will enable a ‘significant...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai met in Beirut, Lebanon over the weekend to announce a partnership between Apple and the Malala Fund. Their aim is to use Apple's resources and expertise, combined withShow More Summary
'We believe that education is a great equalizing force, and we share Malala Fund's commitment to give every girl an opportunity to go to school" — Tim Cook The Malala Fund is an advocacy group that champions every girl's right to 12 years of free, safe, and quality education. Show More Summary
The iPhone giant has partnered with Malala Yousafzai’s Malala Fund, becoming its first Laureate partner, reports TechCrunch. The fund’s goal is to extend secondary education to more than 100,000 girls in developing nations. Apple’s involvement with the fund will allow it to double the number of its grants to girls. Show More Summary
Apple has teamed up with Malala Fund to support girls’ education, becoming Malala Fund’s first Laureate partner. Founded by Yousafzai and her father, Ziauddin, the Malala Fund aims to empower young girls and help them access the quality education they deserve. Show More Summary
Apple on Sunday announced it would make a significant investment in the Malala Fund, a charity the helps girls worldwide gain access to education.
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During the Global Entrepreneurship Summit at Stanford University today the AngelList, the equity fundraising platform, and activist Shiza Shahid announced plans to create a new venture firm, called NOW Ventures, to back what they’re calling “mission-driven” startups. That’s the latest label for businesses that want to make a positive social and environmental impact,… Read More
Shiza Shahid, co-founder of The Malala Fund, describes how to quickly immerse yourself in an industry or subject you're unfamiliar with.
This letter was originally published by the Malala Fund. Dear mothers and fathers, I write this letter with a heavy heart, knowing you have endured another year separated from your daughters. I think of you every day since we first met...Show More Summary
Shiza Shahid, co-founder of The Malala Fund, explains why trends can be traps for startups and growing businesses.
Shiza Shahid, co-founder of The Malala Fund, Elizabeth McKee Gore, entrepreneur-in-residence at Dell, and Abrima Erwiah, co-founder of Studio 189, explain at the Inc. Womens Summit why startups shouldn't only prioritize profits.
Eighteen-year-old Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai has announced her intention to raise $1.4 billion for the education of Syrian refugee children. She will ask world leaders to contribute to this endeavor at Thursday’s “Supporting Syria and the region” conference in London. Read more...
Some things are better together: babies and dogs. Netflix and blankets. Great social enterprises and fearless activists. Same goes for the new collaboration between Toms Shoes and Pakistani Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai. The company...Show More Summary