Radio Active | Feb 7, 2013 | 7:52

Edmontonian builds schools for Afghan children

Edmonton's Azalea Lehndorff has pledged to build 100 classrooms for students in northern Afghanistan. With over $500,000 raised and four full schools built, she's already a third of the way to that goal.

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