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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Sep 10, 2012
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Construction season in Africa has officially arrived!

Five Football for Hope sites just broke ground. Fences are in and foundations are being dug in Botswana and Tanzania. The thick jungle is being (responsibly) cleared to make room for a center in Cameroon. More site prep is underway in Mozambique – all by hand. And, while at this point, one might expect to see the rover in Mokopane, the stones will be cleared, the playing field leveled and the new home for the South African Red Cross Society (SARCS) built.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Sep 08, 2012
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During the month of September there are plenty of reasons to celebrate in the community of Coscomatepec in Veracruz Mexico.

Construction of the Kitakami "We Are One" Market and Youth Center is finally underway! Construction perimeter is set, temporary power is wired, and building corners were marked on site.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Sep 02, 2012
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ArchDaily started September by featuring a landmark center of hope and cultural reconciliation in Kigali, the hub of past Rwandan unrest. While civil war has been quelled now nearly 20 years, the densely-populated Kimisagara valley is still addressing cultural differences and reconciliation.

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