TOILETS & CLEAN WATER FOR MAMBAI PRIMARY SCHOOL
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Mambai Primary School is located in Mambai Village, Vihiga County. The school was recently upgraded to provide boarding facilities for students which came with an increase in student population and the subsequent pressing need for more toilets and clean water. Some help from wellwishers has been thankfully received, but a lot more needs to be done. The Mambai Village community is ready and willing to provide manual labor and any other resources within their means to help with the construction of toilets and installation of additional water facilities and any assistance would be most welcome.
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