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What happens if you Poke a hole into Africa?

What happens if you Poke a hole into Africa?

Video by JerryRigEverything via YouTube
What happens if you Poke a hole into Africa?

We found water!! THANK YOU to everyone who donated books and Thank you again for watching my videos. It took thousands and thousands of people to make this borehole and library project possible – Thanks to YOU, yes YOU, the person reading this right now, Budalangi will never run out of water again!

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My grandma befriended Philip in South Africa about 15 years ago – and he has been an honorary member of my family ever since. Coming to family reunions – weddings – and even though we aren’t actually related – he is definitely family. If you want to help out the community in Kenya – you can donate to his foundation here:

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