Kelvin Doe is a self-taught engineering whiz-kid living in Sierra Leone (ranked 9th poorest country in the world). He builds batteries, generators and transmitters from spare parts found in trash bins. He’s even created his own radio station where he broadcasts news and music under the nickname “DJ Focus”. What else sets him apart? He’s also the youngest person ever to be invited to the “Visiting Practitioner’s Program” at MIT University.
This inspirational video (via THNKR) takes you through Kelvin’s journey, experiences and the life-changing opportunity. It has received over 3 million YouTube views in just ten days. Check it out.