Update on construction of the Preventive Medical Training Centre at CRHP in India

Update from India

One permanent legacy of the Class of 2012 will be the $100,000 from the Izmir EXPO 2020 Committee that is making the Preventive Medical Training Centre  at the Comprehensive Rural Health Project (CRHP) in Jamkhed, India become a reality.  One responsibility that we have is providing regular updates to Turkey.  The note below is our most recent report, authored by the Mentor of the Class of 2012 Dr. Martin Kamela, now living at CRHP while doing a sabbatical.
June 27, 2013
Construction of the Preventive Medical Training Centre  is ongoing.  Some delay has taken place due to recent heavy rains. Because a few more days of rain are projected, the anticipated completion date is extended. The timeline below reflects this reality to the best of our ability. Please see attached photos showing the progress of the project.
  • All walls have been poured and completed
  • Roof fitting is on-going
  • Roof slab will be poured by July 3rd
  • It takes 18 days to cure the roof slab, and during this time bathrooms and plumbing will be completed
  • It will take two weeks after the roof is completed to finish the building
  • Factoring in potential for more heavy rain, we project the completion of the building by August 10, 2013
Submitted respectfully by
Dr. Martin Kamela
Elon University
CIMG0106 CIMG0108 CIMG0113
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