At the age of 14, William Kamkwamba, from a small Malawian village,built an electricity-producing windmill using only PVC pipe, a tractor fan, an old bicycle frame, and tree branches. The windmill powered the four lights and two radios in his home. He achieved this in a country, where only 2 percent of the population has […]Read More... Subscribe
Born in Ekiti, Nigeria and raised by foster parents in the town of Lowestoft England, Ola Orekumrin is the founder of Flying Doctors of Nigeria, West Africa’s first air balance service. It is a social enterprise ensuring urgent air ambulances to leading health institutions, insurance companies and private individuals throughout West Africa. Talking about her organization, the young […]Read More... Subscribe
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