Kune Zuva is constructing toilets at a primary and secondary school in a poor and rundown area of the city Arba Minch, Ethiopia. The toilets will ensure that 3000 students have the opportunity to use hygienic toilets safely and hygienically. Two different types of toilets will be built: traditional toilets and the so-called “dry eco san” toilets. These second toilets were designed by an international project called Rosa. They designed a toilet that separates faeces and urine and turns it into compost and ammonia that can be used in the garden.

The toilets have been finished. There were a few small problems with the construction of the toilets, so it took a bit longer than anticipated. See pictures for the results.