This piece is not related to John Lennon's Power to the People song, at least not directly.
It tells the story of William Kamkwamba, a secondary school student in Malawi who came up with the idea of building a windmill (pictured here) with whatever material he could put is hands on and trying to keep the thing running and improving it.
It goes to show how simple ideas and some determination can go a long way.
Something we take for granted as we do with the Web, Water, Gas, Heat, Food and the rest.
No Lonely Girl 16 here.
Malawi is a a landlocked country located in Southeast Africa between Zambia and Mozambique and offers many treats to travelers looking for new vistas.
Thanks to John Parres of the Pho List for bringing this to my attention.
Also simple and Pho:
Tuesday morning 'Pho Fever'
Recent Post nearby in Africa:
Bastille Festival in the Gourmet Capital of South Africa