Eco-architecture in Sudan | Dylan Rhys Watkins | TEDxNileStreet

Eco-Architecture in Sudan as a viable pathway towards the future of the people of Sudan Dylan presents to us some obstacles and solutions in Eco-Architecture.

Dylan Watkins came all the way from Cambridge, UK to explore his love of the African and Arabian Culture; he is currently working as the program coordinator for a charity called Sudan Volunteer Program. Over the next few years Dylan hopes to develop his skills as an Eco-architect, speak fluent Arabic, start a lavender farm in Sudan and learn how to fly small aircraft’s. His determination to live life as happily and freely as possible is tremendously contagious!

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