Project #1761

Ablution block and Kitchen for 500 in Nairobi Slum

by Kenya Water, Energy Cleanliness and Health Project
May 25, 2012

Start of Finishing Work, Phase 1

Start of Tile Laying
Start of Tile Laying

Hello, Donors!

We began the finishing work on the first phase of this project in March. The first part of the work, pictured here, includes building the work surface and cabinets in the kitchen and laying the floor tiles. This work is now complete, but some small projects remain that need to be done before we can open the project for use, such as repainting the interior (the tile layers made a mess of the original paint job!), laying additional tiles on the work surface in the kitchen and on the sides of the stairs, completing the handrail for the staircase and installing the refrigerator and stoves. I'll send you photos of the interior as soon as this is all done and the project looks beautiful.

Thanks again for your support!

Sart of Carpentry
Sart of Carpentry

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Kenya Water, Energy Cleanliness and Health Project

Location: Nairobi, . - Kenya
Project Leader:
Constance Hunt
Executive Director
Nairobi, . Kenya

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