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In the latest video from the Baha’i World News Service, we learn how volunteers from the village of Namawanga and the surrounding area joined together in recent months to undertake the construction of an 800-square-meter educational facility for their village. The Kenyan Baha’is, who managed the project, found that years of experience with community-building activities enabled them to create a collaborative environment for this undertaking and to make creative use of locally sourced materials and tools.
You can read the full Baha’i World News Service article here: Communities collaborate to build educational facility with environmentally sustainable technologies
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