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Forbes 30 under 30 | Afghan teens develop low cost ventilators

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During the pandemic, 5 "teenage girls were developing a low-cost, lightweight ventilator to help treat patients diagnosed with Covid-19 in Afghanistan. After final testing, its release is expected to offset a shortage of ventilators in the country.The five girls—Somaya Faruqi, Ayda Hayderpoor, Elham Mansoori, Florance Pouya and Diana Wahabzada; all aged between 15 and 19—are part of the Afghan Girls Robotic Team, an all-female robotics team that was formed with help from New York-based nonprofit Digital Citizen Fund in 2017."

MORE > https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnkang/2021/04/19/get-to-know-the-youngest-members-of-forbes-30-under-30-asia-2021/?sh=3fe77ea8ac82

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