Malala charity to fund education of girls in Pakistan


Malala Yousufzai, the Pakistani school girl shot by the Taliban, is using a fund set up in her name to send 40 girls to school in her native Swat Valley.

Malala has become known worldwide since the attack on a school bus in October last year.

But the two school friends injured with her remain at risk at home.

Orla Guerin went to meet the girls in the Swat Valley, where their identities and location are well known.

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