The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind - We need more of him in Tanzania

With power problems that we have in Tanzania, I just wish we had many of Kamkwamba to help us find a solution to this historical problem. When I listened to Kamkwamba's story, I wondered, why is Malawi still facing power shortages? and What is it that our educated engineers in Tanzania can't agree to work on to solve this problem?
So, literally, this tells me that there is more into it than just the 'happy ending story of Kamkwamba'. Is the dirty politics in the middle of this again?

Listen and watch videos about this remarkable story of Wiliam Kamkwamba 
A Windmill That Saves a Village 

In 2002, teenaged William Kamkwamba had a vision in the very poor African nation of Malawi: A little bicycle generator that powers a light, if connected to a windmill, could allow him to read his schoolbooks at night. As he went further with his plans, he began to see how such a windmill might actually bring the 20th century to his own village. Out this week is "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind," a book that tells Kamkwamba's story. We talked with William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer, the book's co-authors.
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