The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind


William Kamkwamba

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The Windmill

Built exclusively from recycled materials, William’s windmill represents the triumph of human invention in the face of poverty and starvation. It is a testament to William’s personal aptitude for science, built from his independent…

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