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Could 3D printed schools be 'transformative' for education in Africa?

"I am very excited that we now have a school closer to my home, and my child will not have to take the long journey," said Elisa, 38. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Charles Pensulo

Charles Pensulo

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these students are sitting inside their new 3D-printed school, built to house up to 50 pupils, in Salima, Malawi
The new 3D-printed school in Salima, Malawi. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Charles Pensulo

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