Ahmad Chakaroun, from Nabatiyeh has created a machine that engraves logos and other visuals onto hard surfaces.

The young engineering student want to produce the CNC Challenger machine prototype on a bigger, more commercial scale, so that it could cut through doors, big, mirrors, as well as produce cut-outs of several types of designs.

The CNC Challenger translates visuals from a computer through a specific software, and reproduces it by cutting the actual shape of the design on wood, plastic and aluminum.

Funds raised online reach up to $500 per project while UNICEF covers the remaining amount up to $1,500 for youth to pilot their projects. Viable projects will be selected by a panel of experts and will proceed to receive further coaching, mentorship, and funding upon successful completion of their pilot initiative.

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