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Enviromental Concern By Latrin Constructions

Kibera has been known to be the biggest slum in the world densly populated with a population of about 1.2 million people since it is densly populated there was a major concern paterning sanitation in terms of latrines most of the houses dont proper latrines so they were the issue of enviroment pollution with human feacal maater every where so there was need for the building of pit latrines especially in schools, so we thank the AMREF which is an non-goverment organisation which started building pit latrines to the schools and the society. The goverment also contributed in the building of latrines the society to reduce the issue of flying toilets to reduce. the rate of feacal matter on the environment thanks to the organisation for the work well done.


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