shortformblog:

thedailywhat:

‘The Girl Who Just Wants To Learn’ Opens Her Eyes of the Day: Malala Yousafzai, the 14-year-old Pakistani education activist shot by the Taliban last week on her way home from school, is awake and walking, according to her doctors in the U.K.:
Malala is now well enough… she is happy… she’s communicating very freely, she’s writing.
However, she’s “not out of the woods” yet.
She is still showing some signs of infection, which is probably related to the bullet track. [There is] some infection in the bullet track, which is our key source of concern.
Doctors estimate she will need a few weeks to rehabilitate further, then part of her skull will need to be reconstructed.
[bbc]

Wonderful news that she’s come so far, albeit with the health dangers and both physical and mental ordeals she still faces. Hoping the best.

shortformblog:

thedailywhat:

‘The Girl Who Just Wants To Learn’ Opens Her Eyes of the Day: Malala Yousafzai, the 14-year-old Pakistani education activist shot by the Taliban last week on her way home from school, is awake and walking, according to her doctors in the U.K.:

Malala is now well enough… she is happy… she’s communicating very freely, she’s writing.

However, she’s “not out of the woods” yet.

She is still showing some signs of infection, which is probably related to the bullet track. [There is] some infection in the bullet track, which is our key source of concern.

Doctors estimate she will need a few weeks to rehabilitate further, then part of her skull will need to be reconstructed.

[bbc]

Wonderful news that she’s come so far, albeit with the health dangers and both physical and mental ordeals she still faces. Hoping the best.