After six months of diligent testing, three schoolgirls in a Palestinian refugee camp have developed a revolutionary walking cane that could help the blind better avoid obstacles and navigate stairs. The girls' accomplishment comes as a beacon of hope in their impoverished refugee camp.
Known as "stick-tech," their invention has won them admission to the Intel International Science Fair in California.
Al Jazeera reports from Askar refugee camp.
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