Faatiha Aayat is a Child Rights Activist and Climate Campaigner who was born on 13 October 2012 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Currently she living in New York, USA. She regularly raises her voice against Global Warming, Climate Change, Carbon Emission, Fossil Fuel etc. She also talk to stop child abuse, gender discrimination and domestic violence.
- Father’s Name : Will be updated
- Mother’s Name : Will be updated
- Marital Status : Unmarried
- School : Luis Simeoni School
- Educational Qualification : Schooling
- Height : 4 feet 3 inches
- Weight : 38 Kg
- Hair Colour : Black
- Eyes Colour : Black
Faatiha Aayat is a 11year-old American of Bangladeshi descent, is a fourth-grade student in the Gifted and Talented program in New York City. She has already received an honorable mention in the national level math competition. She regularly attends various UN conferences and talks about the rights of disadvantaged children.
For children of her age, she uploads content on YouTube on mathematics, coding, science, news, commentary on the Qur’an, and contemporary issues. Love to draw pictures and write letters. Although a citizen of the United States, she has a deep love for her homeland. That’s why seven-year-old Faatiha has spoken at the United Nations about the deforestation of Bangladesh by the Rohingya and its detrimental effects on global warming.
Faatiha participated in the 16th International Conference on Human Rights 2019, United Nations Day 2018 and, Women Peace and Security Agenda 2018. In these programs, Faatiha talks about child abuse, gender inequality, domestic violence, inhumane life in refugee camps, and the effects of climate change on children. Even in the math competitions that Faatiha takes part in, she talks about children’s right to a happy education.
She also participated in JI Math Olympiad 2019, National Math Festival 2019, Global Math Week 2018. Faatiha has some video tutorials on her Facebook page and YouTube channel. They have a studio in one corner of the living room in their home. Her parents used to help her, now she dresses, prepares a light-camera and records the video, edits it herself in Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro, and uploads the video herself.