Living conditions: we are all sleeping in one house that is full of bunk beds. There's a sheet of plastic to separate the boys and girls. In our compound we have an outdoor straw shelter where we eat and chill together. The showers are a basic cubicle with rocks on the floor as a drainage system and straw walls. Its also outside and we are showering using a bucket. The toilets are similar to the showers except its a mud floor and there's a small square hole in which we do our business. The kitchen area is also outside and consists of a straw roof and three small fire pots. The taps we use are 'drip-taps' which is the top of a bottle with holes to d through the lid to allow the water to rub. Our living conditions are basic but we have everything we need.
Daily routine: we have been split into teams which alternate jobs. Everyday, the water team and breakfast team wake up at 6. Then everyone else wakes up at 6:30. We have breakfast at around 7:15 and then we get ready to start project work at around 8. We work for two hours, have a half hour break consisting of eating mandazis. From 10:30 until 12 we are back on project (helping building the classroom). After this we have a two hour lunch tk avoid working during the hottest time of the day. After this we work for a final 2 hours until the dinner team stops at 4 to shower and prepare dinner whilst the rest of us finish up on site and put away the tools. Dinner is served sometime around 6. After every meal the washing up team does their job and the cleaning team do theirs. After dinner we have free time but most people go to bed. Everyone goes to bed by 9 to ensure we are ready to do it again the next day!