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InspirationA 3D-printed education revolution in rural Madagascar

A 3D-printed education revolution in rural Madagascar

Discover the extraordinary story of Maggie Grout, a young entrepreneur using 3D printers to create affordable school campuses in remote Madagascar. With just $40,000 and 18 hours, she builds “Thinking Huts” – innovative structures designed for easy expansion.

Overcoming challenges like extreme poverty and lack of infrastructure, Grout’s project is empowering local communities. Her goal? To revolutionize education in multiple countries, leaving a lasting impact and fostering self-reliance.

Source: 60 Second Docs

Source image: Geoffrey Gaspard / GoodNewsNetwork.org

Source: GoodNewsNetwork.org

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