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Malala Fund  Malala Fund is working for a world where all girls can learn and lead without fear.

#MondayMotivation “I want to stress the need for girls to be encouraged to be confident. Too many girls in my country are not respected and admired as they should be. The country needs to start encouraging all girls to go to school.” — Maria, 23, from Colombia

Wishing those observing around the world a peaceful Ramadan.

“I was lucky to have a mother and father who gave me the opportunity to learn and the freedom to imagine a bright future for myself. Every girl deserves this same support.” — Malala [📸: @insiyasyed]

Three-time Paralympic gold medallist and world record holder Marlou van Rhijn knows the joy of trying on a new pair of running blades. With her initiative, Project Blade, Marlou is working to bring that joy to young athletes with disabilities by making running blades and bionic legs more accessible. 🙌🏽

“First of all, I want to say that you have such a strong presence. I’m inspired by it. Can I ask you where you get your confidence from?” - 15-year-old Girls’ education advocate Peace asked Gulmakai Champion @kikijames209 over high tea while in London for #CHOGM18. Read their conversation at blog.malala.org.

“We are all trying our best to create a better world, and one of the best ways to do that is to invest in girls and invest in their education." — Malala (📸 @insiyasyed)

Hajra Khan, captain of the Pakistani national women’s football team, fights to empower girls through sport. “I will do anything in my capacity to be the voice of women and girls playing football in Pakistan,” Hajra says. “I have immense hope.” Read more about our #GameChangers at blog.malala.org.

🏃‍♀️🏃‍♀️🏃‍♀️19-year-old Tracie Léost uses her voice (and running shoes) to advocate for indigenous peoples in Canada. View our Insta story to learn more about Tracie. (Or head to blog.malala.org too!) #GameChangers

On my last day in London, I met Malala’s father. He’s an incredible man. I told him all about my work in Nigeria and about my father who has supported me in everything I do. #Chogm18

In Nigeria, the voices of out-of-school girls are not often heard. This week at #chogm2018, I spoke on their behalf and asked leaders to invest in girls’ education.

On day #2 of London, I attended my first #chogm2018 event. Kiki was with me too! She’s a Malala Fund Gulmakai Champion. Like me, Kiki fights for girls’ right to education in Nigeria. I’m excited to learn more from you, @kikijames209 ❤️

Hello everyone 👋🏽 My name is Peace and I’m taking over Malala Fund’s Instagram! 😄

This week I’m in London to meet with Commonwealth leaders and ask them to support my Nigerian sisters who are out of school. Follow here for updates! #chogm2018

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