A few days ago, we finished construction of our second pilot site in Kibera. As one of the largest slums in the world, Kibera is home to nearly 1m people. The 3 sq. miles that Kibera stretches is divided into 8 villages. We are working in Soweto West with our community partner Carolina for Kibera. The pilot site will be operated by the Zulu Youth Group.

We’ve spent the past couple of posts explaining the model and the design. So we’ll get straight to the pictures this time. This time around we documented the construction process in detail to show exactly what it takes to put together a prefabricated ferrocement ecosan toilet in the slums of Nairobi. 
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