While construction has been constrained due to COVID19 shutdowns, plumbers and diggers are now working on the water purification system including some above ground tanks to create water pressure and enable flush toilets along with digging trenches and laying pipes to move the water around the campus and preserve its sanitation.
The VIP toilet is 22 ft. long, 22 ft. deep and 12ft. wide. It is constructed brick by brick from the bottom of the pit. It is going to have 8 stalls. 4 for females on one side and 4 male stalls on the other side. 2 stalls will be reserved for faculty, one female and one male, the rest will be available to students. The pit was dug by hand. On the way down they encountered hard rock which slowed the digging considerably. However, as of July 29, work is going well.