with only ONE MONTH left!
In just four days of work we have made quite a bit of progress! We obviously still have a lot of work to do, including the windows, doorways and kitchen which have yet to be started. However, it is hard to deny that much has been done!
With less than a month left until our move date, there is still much to do! Below you will find pictures of our progress as well as what we still have left to finish!
We haven’t quite finished the electrical installation but we have made significant progress. Our friend Will from the UK got us all set up with the wiring and left us instructions on how to finish it so that it would be done right! Unfortunately he and his wife Sophie had to leave last weekend so we are left to our own devices to finish the work. Luckily he left it in the capable hands of Angel – project leader.
The plastering of the ceiling is underway! At the pace we are at the ceiling should be finished by the end of the week. Our two local contract workers have been working hard to get the building done as quickly as
possible and the finished
work looks great!
We have a toilet! And a sink!
We are one step closer to having
the bathrooms finished, and the
plumbing has begun to be installed.
We do, however, still need help
with this matter.
Plumbers! Come on down!
Volunteers and people from the community have been pouring their hearts and souls into making this building become a reality before the deadline. We know that construction can be hard work and would like to say thank you again for everything you continue to do!
Of course, there is only so much we can do with the funds we have available. That being said, if you have not yet taken the time to donate and would like to do so, please visit our page entitled “Support us” and click the donate button. It only takes a minute and costs the equivalent of one night out to dinner. It doesn't seem like that much when you look at it like that, does it? We appreciate anything you can do to help!
Thank you all for your continued support over the years, and as we continue to make Escuela Katitawa all it can be!
Blog by: Andi Keller, Photos by: Andi Keller & Marge Fabro