UNDP Constructs 18-Hole Toilet at Moshi School
Written by DEUS NGOWI in Moshi
THE United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is supporting Kiboriloni Primary School in Moshi municipality by constructing a toilet with 18 holes, a shortage which the school was facing for long time.
The construction was launched recently by UNDP Representative and United Nations Resident Coordinator, Mr Alvaro Rodriguez, and the Director of International Cooperation Department in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr Celestine Mushi.
The school's Headteacher, Mr Saleh Msuya, said the school, which was established in 1946, had 683 students and was in need of 32 toilet holes, which had been constructed by the UNDP to the required standard.