This week, we have began to move a journey of faith to complete our classroom structure. Our building technical staffs are now very serious to see that soon this classroom structure is completed. In fact, after the completion of this structure, we shall breath a bit because it has been not easy due to…
Today we have finished two more classrooms (almost) on the 3rd school block of the primary school. The concrete work is done though the plastering plus windows and doors are yet to be worked on.
The Dutch promoters have held a fund-raising barbecue and raised the funds for our new school-bus. It is a 29 seater Mitsubishi Rosa. We are now processing the paperwork for it. A very big thank you to the fund-raisers!
The main Hall is almost finished and it looks just amazing In this picture the builders are still adding roof-tiles. They had to work hard so we could use it for the closure of the school-year. Thanks to all you people who contributed to this beautiful building!
Work on the Main-Hall has been going on continuously. In this picture you can see the concrete floor casting going on. At the same time welders are working on the roof structure.
The work on the 3rd and last block of the Primary-school has started. Thanks to the late Rien vd Braal who left part of the sale of his house to heart4children after he passed away. Rien will always be remembered by the Kimbilio Children when they go to class in this building.
Frank & Lisa Weigele from Germany are visiting the Children’s Village and made some nice aerial pictures for us from the mountain. Here you can clearly see how the work on the main hall is progressing.
This week some visitors climbed the Osia mountain again and made this very nice picture of the work that is going on. You can clearly see the work on the main hall is getting well on the way. Give it some few months and we make another picture… Right here,you can see the children’s village…
The roof on the 2nd block is now clearly finished. Behind that we are working on the main-hall. For more Project Progress Click Here.
Fredrick Kiissa is smiling because his building project is getting closer to the finish line. In one or two days he will cast the last bit of concrete slab and that will be the last of the structural work on this classroom block. Then the rest is to plaster all the rooms. Check out the…