It's a good day for education.
Apple announced a partnership with the Malala Fund on Monday that should see the double non-profit grants it offers and extend its funding programs to India and Latin America.  Created in 2013 by Pakistani activist and Nobel Literature Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, the Malala Fund partners with governments and organizations around the world to fight for the right of all girls to 12 years of free, safe and secure education. quality. Apple is becoming the first Laureate partner of the fund and the CEO of the company, Tim Cook, will join its leadership council.
"We believe that education is a great equalizing force and we share Malala Fund's commitment to give every girl the opportunity to go to school," Cook said in a statement.
Through the partnership, Apple will also scale the organization by helping with technology, curriculum and research on policy changes. Apple did not disclose a figure that shows the size of its financial commitment to the non-profit organization. The representatives of the company did not respond immediately to request comments.
"Through its innovations and philanthropy, Apple has helped to educate and train people around the world," Yousafzai said in a statement. "I am grateful that Apple knows the value of investing in girls and joins the Malala Fund in the fight to ensure that all girls can learn and lead without fear"