Chano Dominguez volunteered to give us a beautiful performance form his home in Barcelona. At that moment he was in confinement for the Covid19 , but thinking in the girls of G Lambo and how this dormitory will change their lives.
This is the first performance of a series that will follow from other musicians.
Enjoy Chano Dominguez playing “Soy Pan , soy Paz, soy mas” from Argentinian composer Piero.
The first production of CSEB blocks produced in Gyekrum Lambo School are going to build two new kitchens in the Marera and G lambo-Gendaa villages near Karatu. The project is sponsored by donors of Karatu Education Fund.
Your help is needed to raise money in an effort to help build a simple and sustainably built this type of Kitchen structure with 2 Energy Efficient Stove Units at other Primary Schools. For many children at schools, lunch is often their main meal of the day. New Kitchens Units are greatly needed to be able to provide lunch to all of the children.
This project was executed with CSEB blocks made in the same school by local young workers. The construction was directed by mason Abdulahi Saidi without external aid and with free interpretation of the plans made by Alberto Navarro.
Due to the pandemic Covid-19 the course scheduled for May 22-29 has been posponed until further date.
The best specialist in vaulted structures in Spain will come to Karatu, Tanzania in May 22-27 to give a training course to local masons in Catalan vaults.
The architects Manuel Fortea and Julio Palomino and the master mason Salvador Gomis will give a practical course building two 4x4m elliptical vaults in the Gyekurum Lambo school. The building will serve as a temporary school kitchen. This construction is similar to the units to be repeated in the Girls Dormitory. It will use rammed stabilized earth walls of 40cm, and CSEB bricks for the vaults made in the same school.
The goal of the course is to train the community in building rammed earth walls and a selected team of the best local masons to reproduce and spread this old technique in their region. The process will also serve to evaluate more precisely the costs and timing of the works.
Last summer 2019, the community started collecting soil and sand for the production of CSEB (Compressed stabilized earth blocks) in the same school.
Multiple impressive strength test were done and we got excellent results with blocks up to 6.7 MPa (67Kg/cm2) which s a high quality block. Other mixes with less cement % were passing 3MPa which is the minimum requirement for safe construction.