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Jane Shrimpton Health Clinic - update March 22

Posted: Thu, March 24, 2016 | By: Kahendero Humanist School



by Bwambale Robert

The Jane Shrimpton Health Clinic at Kahendero has been roofed, up-next is works on the gables, shuttering and plastering works.

Other developments at the site are fixing of the slab foundation on to the 25 feet dip pit latrine.

Also, roofing rafters for the 3 classrooms which are already on wall plate have reached at the Kahendero site and roof timbers will start to be laid with effect from tomorrow, an activity likely to take close to 4 days to complete. Iron sheets for the 3 classrooms have been booked at my local hardware store. Special thanks goes to Dr Bruce Chou, Victoria John, J Mossholder and Holly Shrimpton for the donations.

Attached are some of the images of events as they unfold.

More about this project at http://bizoha.org

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