William Kamkwamba from Malawi couldn't afford school fees and had to drop out at age 14. That didn't stop him from learning. He checked out a book on windmills from the local library and decided to build one himself. Watch his aspiring story.
The whole world could learn a lesson from William. While Lebanon has its rationed electricity and its frequent blackouts, William's family has electricity in a small African village using nothing but wind. Are there innovators out there in Lebanon who could replicate William's success?
Cathie Glover, Program Officer, Safadi USA