For Nobel Peace Prize winner Tawakkul Karman, the revolution never ends. Thus, she has given away her $500,000 award money to a fund related to her cause.
The first Arab woman ever to win the prize, Karman received the honor in 2011 for her work as an activist in the Yemen uprising against the country's authoritarian regime. According to CNN, she donated all the money to the Aid Fund for Families of Martyrs and Wounded in the Peaceful Revolution, which benefits those involved in the rebellion.
"This is my duty to the youths who sacrificed for change and to build a Yemen founded on freedom, justice, equality and good governance," Karman said in a statement.
Karman also continues to utilize social media to further her cause, a fight and duty she maintains every day.
"The parties of conflict in #Saada are destroying every chance for change and obstructing the transition. They are required to give the city of peace some peace," she wrote on Facebook on Thursday. "Dears; I call upon you in the spirit of brotherhood to cease fire and move towards a future of tolerance, love and peace. #Yemen #Dammaj"
She also posted photos of herself educating students at a University in Istanbul, and provides motivating tweets to her 210,383 followers.
Clearly, every day brings new attention to her mission.
"I believe I won't be a good person unless I stand by the oppressed without asking about their religion, sect, country, gender or color," she writes on Facebook. "#justiceforall"