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JN Foundation, Food For the Poor donate flush toilet to school

Published:Thursday | March 23, 2017 | 3:00 AM
Stephanie Thomas-Christie (left), acting principal of Camberwell Primary School, expresses her gratitude to Michael Matalon, director of concrete operation at Food For the Poor, and Jodi-Ann Bowen (right), monitoring and evaluation officer, JN Foundation, with thank-you plaques for refurbished bathroom facilities donated to the school. Sharing in the moment is Daniella Jones, grade-six student.
Jodi-Ann Bowen (right), monitoring and evaluation officer, JN Foundation, accepts a thank-you plaque from Sandrena Johnson, grade four teacher of Camberwell Primary School, at the official handover of new bathroom facilities at the school. Looking on are students and teachers of the school, and representatives from Food for The Poor and JN Foundation.
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Deep rural St Mary school, Camberwell Primary, has received an upgrade to its bathrooms with replacement of the pit latrines with flushable toilets.

The upgraded facilities were made possible through a donation from the JN Foundation and Food For the Poor, under the Flush For Life Programme, which is geared to eradicate pit latrines in schools. The bathrooms were officially handed over to the school on March 14. Stephanie Thomas-Christie, acting principal of Camberwell Primary School, commended JN Foundation and Food for the Poor for their donation.