Teenager Helps African Villagers Build Brick Oven and Water System to Survive





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Published on Feb 14, 2011

When Lily Gordon was 10-years-old, a classmate told her about the plight of poverty in Africa and she wanted to help. For her 11th birthday, instead of gifts, she asked for donations to build a water pipe for a Tanzanian school.

She has been able to take three trips to Africa so far, teaching villagers in Tanzania how to make a brick oven to empower them to make their own bread and self sustain. They also built a rain water harvest system to provide clean water for the orphans.

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