Nine Year-Old Kenyan Pupil Makes Unique Handwashing Machine

Stephen Wamukota, a pupil at Mukwa Primary School has made the machine which does not require one to touch the liquid soap or the water bucket, which are placed side by side. He says he came up with the idea after watching many people struggle to wash their hands.

Stephen Wamukota, 9, from Siboti Ward in Bumula, Bungoma County shows how his innovative handwashing machine works.

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