TED Conference Interview With William Kamkwamba

August 7, 2007 at 7:49 pm Leave a comment

Back on July 19 I highlighted the amazing work of William Kamkwamba in his small village in Malawi.  Unable to afford schooling after age 14, William perservered and created a windmill adapted from a model in a library book that originally powered 4 lightbulbs and 2 radios in his families small hut.  Things have developed since then and William spoke at the TED conference in Arusha, Tanzania a couple months back and started a blog.  For those interested in this remarkable story, here is the link to the interview.


Entry filed under: Design, Leadership, Meaning, Story, Sustainability.

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