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Climbing Kilimanjaro: A 12-Year-Old’s Passion Project

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At 12-years-old, Lilliana Libecki, daughter of Mike Libecki, has seen more of the world than most will in their lifetime. She has visited 16 countries,
all seven continents and has now summited Kilimanjaro, the highest freestanding mountain in the world. With a passion for adventure and humanitarian
work inherited from her parents, Lilliana hopes to continue to help the planet and its people.

On this trip Lilliana not only visits her seventh continent, she planned the adventure around a “Share the Sun” solar project that lit an orphanage.

Click here to learn more about her project.