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  1. Oct. 20, 2012, 2:33 p.m. | By: kowalej | In: Announcements

    Kanguu Latrine Construction Oct. 2012 COMPLETED!!!! (see new photos)

    Construction of the new boy's latrine/urinal block will replace the original wooden and unsanitary latrine block. The pit is hand dug- 30 feet deep. Cement foundation for walls are poured by hand and quarry stone walls are assembled....

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  2. Oct. 20, 2012, 10:06 a.m. | By: kowalej | In: Announcements

    Latrine Building - Kanguu Primary School, Kenya

    On September 17th, 2012, CCAAS started construction of new latrines at Kanguu Primary School in Ol Joro Orok Kenya. The construction consists of building a new latrine block and renovating existing latrines. A total of 378 Kenyan primary students will benefit from the improved sanitation facilities....

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  3. Aug. 5, 2012, 2:07 p.m. | By: kowalej | In: Partner Schools

    Russell High School Provides Hand Washing

    During the 2011-2012 school year two grade 8 classes from Russell High School, located just east of Ottawa, Ontario, wrote letters to Riverside Primary School in Kenya through the Pen Pal Program organized by CCAAS. Upon receiving return letters from Riverside Primary School, Russell's students deci...

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  4. Aug. 2, 2012, 11:03 a.m. | By: kowalej | In: Partner Schools

    Local Hamilton Schools Step in to Assist

    On June 23, 2012, CCAAS received a disturbing letter from one of our affiliated schools in Kenya called Chaka Reli Primary School. It informed us that their age old water storage container finally cracked all the way through and no longer was capable of storing water. We should note that this school...

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