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Plumbing Works going in at BiZoHa Humanist Center & Volunteer Hostel

Posted: Sun, February 26, 2017 | By: BiZoHa Humanist Centre and Volunteers Hostel



by Bwambale Robert Musubaho

Some plumbing works is going on in efforts to put in place flashing toilet and provisions for internal showers in the 4 self contained residential rental units at the Bizoha Humanist Center.

These units forms part of the Bizoha Volunteers Hostel which will offer free accommodation to KUHA/BIZOHA/BBI Volunteers working in our projects.

Other guests will pay a fee whose proceeds go on in improving the schools and ensuring they are self sufficient and self reliant.

So far i have installed toilet seat or pans, engraved the toilet walls and fitted in the water pipes, shower outlets. Coming next will be works on the drainage part of the plumbing process.

Its a costly exercise but am steadily moving!

Attached are some of the snap picks of today’s work at the Bizoha Humanist Center site.

With Science, we can progress.



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