Kaoma Community School Phase 2, 2011
Phase one of this project saw two specialised classrooms completed in July 2011. The second phase of our work at Kaoma created 3 new multipurpose classrooms for Kaoma Community School.
Kaoma is a town in Western Province, Zambia. High numbers of children in the area and the success of the school have resulted in a huge demand for places, especially as the government schools are difficult for many to access.
This was the second phase of our partnership with Alan Kerins Projects (AKP), based in Ireland. The new classrooms are based on the improved Ministry of Education design, including our trademark hydraform Interlocking Stabilised Soil Block and micro-concrete Parry roof tiles.
At the site, we produced blocks using a hydraform machine, which churns out 1,000 blocks every day!