Photo credit: Tanya Malott/ Malala Fund
I started this little project with friendly support from a lot of people. I promise to give ‘all’ my incomes from this production to Malala Fund. Please take action by sharing and buying the Song. Join Malala Fund!
Thank you, Daniel Basso.
About two years ago Daniel Basso was driving home after a Band performance. He was listening to a programme on the radio about Malala Yousafzai. At the age of 14, while on her way to school, she had been shot in her head by a Taliban. His reason for committing this horrible crime was, that Malala was propagating that not only boys but also girls should be allowed to go to school.
Malala was very seriously wounded and there was little hope of her surviving. She was sent to England for treatment and against all odds, she did recover. On her 16th birthday, Malala had held a speech, in which she was pleading for those less fortunate children, who were deprived of the right to go to school.
After some time Basso had found a theme worth while developing. Being a musician he knew quite a lot of people, who would be interested in taking part in this “enterprise”. BUT would they do it without getting a fee? YES! They did and at last the theme had developed into the song Malala Day, the gift for Malala Fund!