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Children’s Voice Blog – Seplaa Young Leaders' Club International

My name is Earth…

By Amal Farooq Malik Co Founder SYLC & Editor SYLC Childrens’ Voice Blog   Hello, I’m terribly hurt can you help me? Please, first start off by planting a tree. Now help out those sea creatures who can’t plead, Stop polluting the sea and fulfil their need. This smoke makes me cough and it’s hard Read more about My name is Earth…[…]

Walled City of Lahore, a Winter Tale.

By Amal Farooq Malik Co Founder SYLC & Editor SYLC Childrens’ Voice Blog On Sunday, 20 December 2015, my family and some of our friends went to see the Walled City of Lahore.  Before people lived in areas like Defence or Gulberg, they used to live in the Walled City. Emperor Shah Jehan built more Read more about Walled City of Lahore, a Winter Tale.[…]

Girl Rising Pakistan Launch in Lahore

The Lahore event by Girl Rising Pakistan was launched on the 18th of December, 2013 at Avari Hotel. Amal Farooq Malik (Founder, SEPLAA YLC) is the youngest ambassador of Girl Rising Pakistan, that focuses on highlighting the problems faced by girls internationally and to find solutions for them. The movie is great and everyone must watch.  

Girl Rising Pakistan Making a Proud Statement

What started just 2 months ago as a group of committed individuals coming together to highlight the plight of girls who are not able to get their right to an education has become pretty much a ‘Movement’. A movement of like minded individuals and organizations happy to contribute their time, energies and resources to send Read more about Girl Rising Pakistan Making a Proud Statement[…]

Rosie Reads

A Poem by Amal Farooq Malik, Age 10 years. From the book ‘Amalishous, a collection of short stories and poems’ by Amal Farooq Malik.   This poem was read aloud by Amal during the Closing Ceremony of the 7th Children’s Literature Festival held in Lahore. Little Rosie, oh so small, Not too short and not too Read more about Rosie Reads[…]

School Rules

By Dina Farooq Malik, Age 8 This poem was written by Dina for the 7th Children’s Literature Festival held in Lahore which she read aloud during the Closing Ceremony.   I love to go to school, Because Maths is really cool,   My teacher tells me to take a stool, And not think about the Read more about School Rules[…]