CBO PROJECTS CAN BE RUDIMENTARY – BILLION DOLLAR BUSINESS ALLIANCE PROJECTS, HAPANA!

Dear BDBA, Understandably, BDBA was designed not only to be open but also to be attractive to businesses. Family businesses have connections with their local area going back generations – BDBA project is an opportunity for them to increase their level of the connection. National and International chains, on the other hand, often have a […]

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KENYA ROADS BOARD RESPONDS

“…Kenya Roads Board acknowledges that the task (RaHa has) been assigned is a nobble one and important…” KBR EXECUTIVE DIRECOR Eng. Jacob Z. Ruwa, OGW The assignment referred to is installing SANI SOLAR toilets on roads, to be used free of charge, in line with recent directive by the Kenya Ministry of Health aiming to […]

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TOILETS ATTRACT INVESTORS

Businesses respond to motivations. Businesses operate as part of communities and hold as much of a stake in supporting local community amenities and promoting civic pride as the locals themselves. Family businesses and independents, for instance, may have connections with their local area going back generations. SANI SOLAR public toilets will make such businesses to […]

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TOILETS & PROFITS

Businesses operate to turn profit, and customer footfall is the lifeblood of retail and leisure sectors. Yet however alluring the window display, however good the sales pitch, people need first to feel drawn into the area. People respond to, and recognise, areas that show a strong brand image, a sense of civic pride, where it […]

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KENYA ROADS BOARD, SANI SOLAR TOILETS ON KERICHO’S ROADS NOBBLE AND IMPORTANT

Today, we received letter above from Kenya Roads Board (KRB). KRB’s executive director, Eng. Jacob Z. Ruwa, on behalf of the board, acknowledges that the building of solar toilets on the roads in Kericho County is noble and important. Main reason for building the toilets on road reserves is safety of the public and maintenance […]

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Building Tomorrow Supports RaHa

USA based, Building Tomorrow, Inc., joins with RaHa in bringing toilets in Kyassonko Primary School and water in St. Timothy Bunyere Primary school. Olivia Schneider, Program Associate of Building Tomorrow has just written to RaHa confirming there support. As of May 2018, Building Tomorrow has opened 62 fully operational schools in Uganda, providing enough learning space for over […]

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PUBLIC TOILETS ATTRACT TOURISM

Places – where we live, school, travel, shop, work, take recreation – are more accessible and attractive when public toilets are well planned, designed, maintained, clearly signposted, and available when people need to use them. They are one of a range of amenities that help to attract a more diverse range of visitors, encouraging them […]

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