Similarly, prior to the Foundation’s work in Sinkor 10th, 11th, and 12th streets, the community had about five dilapidated hanging toilets used by the residents. The drainage system was cluttered with human and environmental wastes, rendering it inoperable, as some residents had also begun to use the drainage system as a dumping site.
Today, the people of Sinkor will no longer live with hanging toilets and an unsanitary environment. The residents of 10th, 11th, and 12th streets will now walk on a new and safe bridge without fear of falling into a dangerous and unsanitary drainage. Thanks to the foundation. With the assistance of the residents, CBF constructed a new bridge that will connect people to many parts of Sinkor. Thus, this new bridge will enable the nearby residents who could not use the renovated six-room latrine due to the lack of a properly constructed bridge for safe travel.