20,000 children from 75 schools in Mumbai, Dehli and Bangalore will see 'He Named Me Malala'. By sharing the story of Malala with students in India through this film, we will create awareness about girls' education. The film screening is followed by panel discussions. Students take back an action brochure with clear directives on what they can do to support the cause. Teachers are given guidelines to initiate classroom discussions. A donation drive for books and clothes is done for girls in need
Today, over 60 million girls around the world are out of school. The combinations of poverty, violence, and tradition preventing their education holds girls back, limiting their individual potential and stifling progress for their local communities and the world as a whole.
Inspire students to crusade for girls' education by sharing Malala's story with them via the film 'He Named Me Malala.'
A generation of more aware students who will not hesitate to stand up for their rights.