According to a recent BBC News Africa report, a 14-year-old kid is being praised for generating power from biogas and lighting up many homes in Borana zone, southern Ethiopia. According to BBC News Africa, Adan Hussein Dida supports his family with the money he earns from his power project, which he charges each residence in his hamlet $0.87 per month. Adan Hussein Dida maintains his family with the money he earns from his power project, which he charges each dwelling in his community $0.87 each month.
Dida, a grade eight student at Tula Web Primary School, says he started the project to help peasants who don’t have access to basic facilities like roads, hospitals, or electricity, according to local media. He began the endeavor in his parents’ garden, utilizing rotting animal excrement in a two-metre-deep trench. Dida is spreading his project to more houses in the hamlet, according to his instructor, Boru Sora, despite the fact that terrible roads make it difficult for him to go to places to get the equipment he need.
Dida said his dream is to pursue engineering at the newly established Borana University in Yebelo.
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