Entries by Lawrence

PUBLIC TOILETS IS TOURISM

Places – where we live, school, travel, shop, work, take recreation – are more accessible and attractive when public toilets are well planned, designed, maintained, clearly signposted, and available when people need to use them. They are one of a range of amenities that help to attract a more diverse range of visitors, encouraging them […]

PROVISION OF PUBLIC TOILETS

Good public toilets are important therefore, we increase accessibility and quality of public toilets; and we ensure everyone is working together on this. That is why we publish about the toilets we provide and toilets in general. We publicly review the causes of decline, set out a range of approaches that go beyond the traditional […]

RENOVATING TOILETS DONE 6YRS AGO BY NIVEA, BEIERSDORF

This Madaraka Day, we were invited to renovate toilets that have been used for only 6 years. 6 years is a very short period of time for toilets to require renovation. Something must have been done wrongly. To avoid making the same mistake, we ask: what happened, especially to the walls and floors? A lack […]

LELAITICH SETTLEMENT SCHEME NOMINATED

Wakili Samuel Keter (on left on photo) nominates himself for RainSafe to #FightInequality. With the RainSafe, he will #makerainsafe for himself so that the municipal water he currently uses may be used by the underserves.  Additionally, he nominates Lelaitich settlement scheme in Soin Ward, Sigowet/Soin Constituency Kericho District because they are a water starved village. […]

AIESEC NAIROBI UNIVERSITY DOES #FIGHTINEQUALITY

We acknowledge the big contribution from Aiesec UoN towards #FightInequality. They are influencing organizations to #makerainsafe, consume the safe rainwater and even allow others to use their (organizations’) excess safe rainwater. When the organisations (eg hotels, banks, mobile phone service provider etc) do this, they free a lot of municipal water. The free water is […]

ROADS IN KERICHO NOMINATED FOR TOILETS!

By Sandra Matata, AFS Preparations for the toilets to be put up in Kericho are underway with the Kenya Roads Board promising to send us a ‘positive’ letter in response to our email. Raha Solutions has started negotiations with a dealer in containers, CONTECH, regarding design of the toilets (see above). We decided on containers […]

KERICHO COUNTY ROADS NOMINATED FOR TOILETS – Update1

Recall that CS Samuel Keter nominated roads in Kerich County for toilets. Recall also that we contacted roads authorities regarding the nomination. We are happy to announce that Kenya Roads Board called us to say that they were sending us a ‘positive’ letter in response to our email. Based on the call from Kenya Roads […]

SAFARICOM PROPOSED, KIPTERE COMMUNITY WATER-Update1

Recall Mr Keter (on the left on photo above) proposed Safaricom to mark free of charge our work on Kitere Community water. We are happy to announce that we have contracted a company that will move to site as soon as weather conditions improve a bit.The ground is currently very wet, a condition that may […]

We Have Joined Fight Inequality Alliance

RaHa joins Fight Inequality Alliance (FIA) because they #FightInequality. FIA is a global coalition which has organized a number of activities, including the global Fight Inequality Week of Action, to focus global attention on the scourge of inequality at regional, national, and local levels. We #FightInequality whenever we #MakeWinners out of the water starved and […]