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Posts Tagged ‘Haiti’

Konbit Earthbag Shelters

Thursday, September 12th, 2013:

“Konbit Shelter is a sustainable building project with the objective of sharing knowledge and resources through the creation of homes and community spaces in post earthquake Haiti. We are a group of artists, builders, architects, and engineers, who, after the January 2010 earthquake, asked ourselves how we could use our skills and resources to directly […]  Read more from > Konbit Earthbag Shelters

Konbit Shelter Houses

Sunday, March 3rd, 2013:

“In the summer of 2010, Konbit Shelter partnered with the Mango Grower’s Association of Leogane, in the village of Bigones, Barrier Jeudi, to create a multi room community center. We returned in December to construct a one family house. By sourcing all materials within Haiti, and raising money to hire a crew of builders from […]  Read more from > Konbit Shelter Houses

ReGenAll Resort and Retreat Center in Haiti

Friday, September 14th, 2012:

My Double Unit Ecoresort earthbag design has been adapted for a $400,000 resort in Haiti. The project will create jobs and boost the economy. “Real people, real experiences, regional regeneration What is this? ReGenAll Ventures has created an affordable resort and retreat center concept that meets a rapidly growing global demand for meaningful vacation experiences. […]  Read more from > ReGenAll Resort and Retreat Center in Haiti

Bongnol Village Update

Friday, January 20th, 2012:

This is the largest, most successful earthbag project in Haiti so far. They’re doing a great job in an extremely difficult situation. “At this village in Bongnol, Haiti, Haiti Christian Development Project has completed 10 of 14 planned earthbag houses for earthquake refugees at the cost of $2200 each. Men of the community were hired […]  Read more from > Bongnol Village Update