KARACHI: Nobel Laureate Malala Yousfazi arrived in Pakistan Thursday morning, the first time since she survived a shot to the head by militants and had to leave the country for surgery.
The 20-year-old has since become a symbol of hope and struggle against extremism world over.
We have a compiled a list of her achievements – in numbers:
was the year Malala, 11 at the time, began writing an anonymous diary for BBC about life under the Taliban in Swat.
was the year Malala was shot by a Taliban gunman on the way back from school in Swat. Two of her friends also suffered bullet wounds
year after the attack, Malala published her first book ‘I Am Malala’
was her age when she addressed the United Nations on July12, 2013 on her birthday
was the year she was named one of TIME magazine’s most influential people
was the year she became the youngest person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize to honour her struggle for children’s rights
is the amount she raised to educate Syrian refugees
was the age Malala enrolled at the prestigious Oxford University in the UK