This picture shows the newly tiled floor of the Ann Hay Vocational Centre’s veranda. The tiling has also been installed inside the centre building. Most of the furniture for the Vocational Centre has been donated by a Slough Sikh charity. The building is for the Post 16 women to learn READ MORE
The photograph shows the Ann Hay Women’s Vocational Centre nearing completion with its red, raised roof. On the left side of the Vocational Centre are the four Brenda Tumber Toilets. These toilets will be for Library visitors as well as the Centre users. They have ceramic toilet bowls and drain READ MORE
New Tumber toilets are being built . This involves digging of pits and then lining them with local bricks, using stronger British German cement, and is one of the most expensive parts of the process.
The Ann Hay Women’s Vocational Centre is being extended to include an office and store room as well as the workroom. The new building will have solar power, secure doors and a tiled floor. The ceiling of the new room will be higher to allow more air circulation READ MORE
Once completed the new workroom in Taiama will be named The Ann Hay Vocational Institute for Women and Girls.
The building of the new Women and Girls’ room is moving along nicely. The walls are all up with the supporting beams and roof to follow soon.
Our family of pigs is expanding under the loving care of our experts! This small enterprise continues to find new markets.
The girls enjoyed the opportunity to practice their sewing skills using the sewing machines to make tops and dresses.
Distributing shoe boxes in Kori.
Rose Moriba Simbo, Founder and Director of the the Kori Women Development Project and member of SI Thames Valley, Gill Curry, SI Thames Valley and Johanna Raffan, SI Thames Valley and Chair and Trustee of the Kori Development Project, share the story with us. Gill Curry explains: “The Kori Project READ MORE