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Mahiga Hope High School

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The Nobelity Project is partnering with the local community in Mahiga, Kenya, with Architecture for Humanity, Nike, Safaricom and others to build Mahiga Hope High School. Our RainWater Court Building was a winner of the Nike GameChangers Award and AfH design fellow Greg Elsner is living in the community for a period of one year to build the court (also on OAN).

The high school also includes a 2-story, 8-classroom building that includes a library and a computer library. Other buildings include a science building with biology, chemistry and physics lab, a new kitchen and dining room/study hall, sanitation facilities, multiple rainwater systems and a new pre-school to replace the existing pre-school - a building which is being repurposed as office space for the high school.

Location

P.O. Box 11 Mweiga, Kenya
Mahiga, Central
Kenya

Project Details

NAME: Mahiga Hope High School
PROJECT LEAD: Nobelity Project
LOCATION: P.O. Box 11, Mahiga, Central, Kenya
START DATE: August 29, 2009
CURRENT PHASE: In construction
COST: $160000 USD (Estimated)
PROJECT TYPE: Education Facility - Secondary School
PROJECT COORDINATOR: Turk Pipkin
, Joseph Mutongu
ARCHITECT: Multiplex Systems
CONTRACTOR(S): Minora Construction
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT: Mazingira Environmental Services
WEBSITE: www.nobelity.org
BENEFICIARIES: The combined pre-school through Grade 12/Form 4 will serve 600 students in rural Kenya and their families. The area has never had a high school so students are expected to attend Forms 1 - 4 from a wide geographic area.
NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES: 600