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Young inventor helps Ethiopia’s COVID-19 crisis

Inventors in Ethiopia have been developing devices and gadgets to combat COVID-19. One of them, Ezedine Kamil, has told DW how a lack of funding prevents his designs from fully benefitting local communities.

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