Mlimani School Project
“We were very much shocked when visiting Mlimani Secondary School, to see that the class rooms are not large enough to accommodate Form One students. More than one hundred students are sharing the same class. Some buildings are in the beginning phase of construction but the speed is very slow as they are expecting and waiting for donations from the community.”
KEF Tanzania board members, February 2012.
August 2012 Project
See below for photos of the groundbreaking ceremony and getting ready to set the foundation. This classroom is providing needed space for the students, who were sitting almost 100 children per classroom prior to this project. The classroom was built with bricks made by the CESB press technique (Compressed Earth Stabilized Blocks), a sustainable building technique, as the bricks are not wood fired.