Conclusion of Kotovsk Lyceum Bathroom Project – Ukraine

Conclusion of Kotovsk Lyceum Bathroom Project - Ukraine
This project has been completed under the direction of Peace Corps Volunteer Diana Duarte.

To read about the beginning of the project, CLICK HERE.

The project was to create two bathroom stalls and hand washing stations inside the Lyceum.

Diana reports:

This project was to convert an existing custodian utilities room into two bathroom stalls and hand washing stations inside the Lyceum for the use of students, teachers and staff.

Although construction took a little longer than expected, the Lyceum toilet project has been completed.

From the funds received from Appropriate Projects and money raised by selling crops, the school was able to purchase three toilets, two sinks, faucets, plastic plumbing pipes, doors, cement, and tile.

Teachers and staff specialized in plumbing and electrical work volunteered their time and labor to complete the project. The school is very happy with the results.

Teacher Irina Petrovna stated:

“I’m really satisfied with having a bathroom at the school now.  It has changed my attitude towards going to work as I don’t need to use a primitive, dirty and cold in the winter toilet. We have a sink now which makes using the toilet more sanitary. The school truly appreciates your donation.”

Thank you for your wonderful charity.

 

We wish to thank Diana for completing this project, and again extend our gratitude to The Soneva SLOW LIFE Trust and Diana’s friends and family for providing the funding.

 

Conclusion of Kotovsk Lyceum Bathroom Project - UkraineConclusion of Kotovsk Lyceum Bathroom Project - Ukraine