DILAPIDATED RURAL TEACHER'S HOUSING - WHO IS A TEACHER?
Fruity Habitat, a joint initiative by YTB Global and Fruity Schools Africa, addresses the plight of rural teachers in Kenya living in dilapidated housing.
The project aims to construct affordable and eco-friendly homes for these teachers, utilizing ISSB technology.
This initiative seeks to uplift teacher morale, enhancing their commitment to students and, consequently, improving academic performance. The ISSB method supports environmental conservation by significantly reducing timber demand, thus preserving local ecosystems.
Fruity Habitat appeals for support to transform the living conditions of rural teachers, emphasizing the profound impact motivated educators have on the next generation.
Donations will fund essential materials like cement, iron sheets, doors, windows, and labour, ensuring the successful construction of sustainable housing.
Each contribution brings us closer to providing a decent habitat for a deserving rural teacher, fostering a positive learning environment.
Donors will receive updates with project photos highlighting the transformation from the initial state to the completed houses.
Join us in empowering educators and securing a brighter future for all.
A bag of cement =10$, produces 100 ISSB Blocks
One Versatile iron sheet 10$, two bedrooms require 40 sheets
One iron door 30$, two bedroomed house requires 2 doors
One iron and glass window 20$, 2 bedroomed house requires 3 windows
Labour per day 30$ employs 3 youths and 2 women
Building a ONE-bedroomed house will cost 2,300$,
Building a 2 bedroomed house will cost 2,800$.