Meet Kelvin Doe the engineering Sierra Leone whiz kid on his visit to M.I.T

From Fri Feb 15 2013, 02:59:29

DURATION 10 MINUTES: It is always a pleasure to spot light a young inspirational genius. A few years ago, David Kamkwamba, the boy who harnessed the wind  was the toast of the young genuises world. Today it is 15 year old Kelvin Doe from Sierra Leone. Kelvin Doe is described as "an engineering whiz living in [...]

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