Nawal Al Maghafi Biography
Nawal al-Maghafi a Yemeni and British journalist based in the Middle East serving at BBC as a Special Correspondent and Documentary Producer. She previously served as an Investigations Producer for Alaraby TV Network.
Nawal Al Maghafi Age
Nawal Al Maghafi was born in Yemen on September 2nd, 1991.
Nawal Al Maghafi Height
Nawal stands tall at a height is 5 ft 5 in/1.65m
Nawal Al Maghafi Family
Nawal is a Yemeni native. Back in high school, her family moved to the United Kingdom and got raised in a Yemeni family along with her four sisters. She terms her parents as her heroes because her father gave up his business in Yemen to relocate their family to the UK, and her mother for being supportive of her father.
Befre the war in Yemen, her parents were not enthusiastic about her becoming a journalist because they were aware of the dangers of broadcasting from war zones.
Nawal Al Maghafi Husband
Nawal is married to Waleed and together are parents of Noura, a daughter born in June 2021. Her husband celebrates his birthday is on August 15th.
Nawal Al Maghaf Education
Nawal enrolled at the University of Nottingham and later graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Politics. N
Nawal Al-Maghafi Salary
Nawal earns an estimated annual a salary of $97,600.
Nawal Al Maghafi Net Worth
Nawal has an estimated net worth of $1.2 million.
Nawal Al Maghafi Career
Nawal started off wrking with the BBC in June 2015 as a Documentary Producer and Special Correspondent. He has been reporting the Middle East since 2012. While serving as a correspondent, she has shared critical evidence in the UK and US cases against Saudi Arabia.
She as well filmed documentary Iraq’s Secret Sex Trade, that earned her two Emmys. The film as well investigates Shia clerics at some of Iraq’s holiest shrines, where Nawal found out that young girls and vulnerable individuals are duped into pleasure marriages.
Since, pleasure marriage is a practice that saw clerics profit by assisting men who want sex with very young underage girls. At that time serving as a journalist, she also toured throughout the Middle East, investigating the use of BAE Systems’ Mass Surveillance technology.
At Yemen is filmed the starvation was the most difficult thing for her. The documentary earned her massive outpouring of support from the film’s audience, with people texting Nawal and writing letters to the BBC. Furthermore, people raised a lot of money that helped Yemen. Furthermore, they tracked down the children and assisted them.