New facilities completed

Omid-e Punjab has completed its largest and most expensive project to date: the construction of new bathrooms for the female residents. It took 8 months from the planning until the completion of the work. The old structures on the site were torn down and new, modern facilities erected instead, including toilets, showers and a proper sewage connection. A new dispensary was also built. The total amount spent was $23,700 (about €21,200). Everything was covered by private donations, mostly from Germany. No government or NGO funding was involved. There were no overhead expenses – every single cent we raised went into the project. Here are pictures of the final result:

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