Deborah Daniel: Black woman to convert BRT buses into hygiene stations

Deborah Daniel: Black woman to convert BRT buses into hygiene stations

- Deborah Daniel, owner of Hygiene on Wheels, is building mobile hygiene centres for homeless people to give them more dignity

- The good Samaritan said that it has been her vision to install proper showers, laundries and have toiletries on buses

- With the initiative, the homeless can walk into the bus whenever it is around to improve their personal hygiene

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It is wonderful how smart people always think of creative ways to solve people’s problems and make living a bit more convenient.

Deborah Daniel is using her non-profit organisation, Hygiene on Wheels, to help homeless people get a comfortable life.

She converts old buses into mobile showers and laundry for the homeless. That way, whenever the bus is around, they can walk into it and have a thorough cleanup, The Black Detour reports.

Deborah said she has always been moved to homeless people to live a normal life. Photo source: Black People Detour

Deborah said she has always been moved to homeless people to live a normal life. Photo source: Black People Detour
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In speaking with the media, Deborah said the main goal of the organization is to make improve the living condition of those who cannot afford basic hygiene.

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that an Ethiopian man, Abinet Tadesse, improvised a solution to his own house problem. He built a comfy house straight from his truck that he most loved.

The house has three bedrooms, two living rooms, three bathrooms, and one balcony. While speaking to the media, the man said what inspired him is that he likes eating and spending time on the truck.

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"I like eating and spending time in my car. That's what inspired me to build a house on this truck. The house has three bedrooms, two living rooms, three bathrooms. This truck was formerly a freight transporter," he said.

Building the house was not easy, he said it took him three years to complete the whole project. To him, what makes the house different is that he can take it anywhere.

"I am very happy to have implemented my ideas and invested them on my property. There's no greater happiness that living in what you've built yourself," he added.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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