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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 29, 2012
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Yesterday, Artists for Haiti released a short feature on our work in Haiti – especially Program Manager Darren Gill (in rare, earnest form ;), and Headmaster Wilson D'Or and the students at Collège Mixte Le Bon Berger, Montrouis (the "spectrum school").

Says Mr. D'Or, "Amidst all our students, some may become lawyers, others become doctors or architects that help this country, and the first step is this school."

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 28, 2012
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Threadless has designed a tee with the power for good.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 27, 2012
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As Tropical Storm Isaac bears down on the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean nations are recovering from its heavy rains. In some places, flood waters have to subside completely, and inventories of losses be made, before recovery can begin.

"The scale of devastation was less than many people had feared," the New York Times reports. Still, 10 deaths in Hispaniola resulted due to the storm–8 casualties in Haiti, 2 in the Dominican Republic. 14,000 Haitians have evacuated their homes. The Grise River, to the north of Port-au-Prince, flooded streets to waist height on Saturday, dropping to shin height by Sunday.

Darren Gill, Architecture for Humanity's Haiti Program Manager, relates impacts on our work:

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 24, 2012
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Venice, Baby

Between the Venice Biennale, a burgeoning response in the Philippines and our upcoming humanitarian design conference, we've been keeping busy. Check out the details below and please join us!

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