Wuntia and Jesse

Redefine Expectations

Jesse Forrester ’17 from Kenya and Wuntia Gomda ’17 from Ghana designed The Living Machine, a wastewater treatment system which can clean 300,000 litres of water annually.

Published: 2 December 2020

Jesse Forrester ’17 from Kenya and Wuntia Gomda ’17 from Ghana designed The Living Machine, a wastewater treatment system which can clean 300,000 litres of water annually. This design won the first prize in the Global High Schools Category (Sub-Saharan Africa) at the 2019 Zayed Sustainability Prize. The Living Machine was constructed at African Leadership Academy and commissioned in December 2019. Watch the full-length feature on Jesse and Wuntia as part of African Leadership Academy’s Redefine Expectation series at www.africanleadershipacademy.org/redefine

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