NEW YORK: The Nobel Peace laureate Malala Yousafzai has reached another milestone as Teen Vogue chosen her for their final cover of the decade.
The Magazine, which targets teenagers announced on Tuesday that they have decided to “reflect” tha last ten years with the education activist.
The magazine has celebrated Yousufzai as the youngest Nobel Prize laureate and honoured her for the social work she has done in the last 10 years.
In an interview with the magazine, Malala reveals how education came to be her top priority.
She said, “Education has been part of my journey since I was growing up. And I saw how many girls in my own community were not able to go to school. And my father was one of those special feminists in our community who let his daughter go to school.
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