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Clarks Town Primary School Sanitation Renovation

Project Goal

Renovate existing school sanitation facilities at Clarks Town Primary School to provide a healthy, safe, and hygienic environment for students and teachers.

Project Update

Thanks to you, we have been able to complete this project! By renovating the school’s sanitation facilities, you have improved the health and overall hygiene of the 289 students currently registered at Clarks Town Primary School.

As a reminder, we previously accomplished the following renovation activities:

  • Tiled the floors

  • Painted the facility

  • Replaced broken toilets

  • Replaced bathroom entrance door

  • Fixed the interior doors

  • Fixed faulty and leaking plumbing

With all of this accomplished, you have been able to help the school achieve the following outcomes:

  • Enhanced students’ health, safety, and concentration

  • Improved sanitation for the school

  • Provided greater comfort for students when using the facility with new fixtures and none of the stale smell produced by humidity


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Mavrine Campbell
Principal of Clarks Town Primary School

Now, the children have better access to more stalls, and so conflicts are far less, which is something we are grateful for. This donation has helped tremendously, even as it relates to the odors in the bathroom. A big thank you and appreciation to all the persons who have considered Clarks Town Primary because the area that we are in, sometimes we are left behind. The children are so grateful, You are touching many lives, far more than you can ever imagine.”

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Julissa Reid
Student of Clarks Town Primary School

 The new bathroom is neater and cleaner than the one we had before. I like that we have more bathrooms that we can use. My teachers tell us that we should always keep the bathrooms clean, and I try my best to do so. I want to say thank you to the donors for helping us to have clean bathrooms to use; I really appreciate it.”

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