MAMA MARIA CLINIC

ABOUT THIS PROJECT

Architects Without Borders – Seattle was asked to design a medical clinic with potential for future growth on the shores of Lake Victoria in Muhuru Bay, Kenya.

 

The clinic was renting a space, but purchased land to build a new space of their own, that could also function as the center of a community.

 

As designed, the project would be entirely self-sustaining, using solar power and pumped/filtered water from the nearby lake. This project was in collaboration with Village Volunteers and Peter Kithene, a UW pre-med student who returned home to run the clinic when he has completed school. We also partnered with a volunteer engineer associated with Village Volunteers to do on-site analysis

PROJECT INFORMATION

Project Type

Medical Clinic

Project Location

Muhuru Bay, Kenya

Project Partner

Mama Maria Clinc

Village Volunteers

Project Team

Krista Lutz

Brian Zeallear

Steve Gawronski

Mike Mascaro

Jim Brinkley

Katherine Van Anda

Adelaide Fusillo

Jenny Burdzinski

# of AWB Volunteers

8

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