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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Sep 08, 2010
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An alliance of green designers, architects, affordable housing specialists and sustainability advocates is teaming up with Native American communities in the southwest to develop green housing best practices for homes on tribal lands.

An initiative of Enterprise, the Sustainable Native Communities Collaborative is a multi-year effort aimed at creating culturally appropriate green building standards that will support tribal leaders with self determination goals related to natural resource management, energy conservation and healthy homes.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Sep 08, 2010
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On September 4th and 5th the Karachi chapter of Architecture for Humanity continued post-flood assessments in partnership with the Karachi Relief Fund.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Sep 07, 2010
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Over a span of 3 days, September 3rd to the 5th, a number of areas in Northern Pakistan were visited by the Architecture for Humanity Karachi and Karachi Relief Trust volunteers. These include Nowshera, Kurvi, Banda, Muhib, Munda Headworks and Fizagut in Swat.

With $500,000 on the line this is your last chance to get funding to build a sports facility that effects positive change in the community. As we want to give away as much as possible we decided to make our own videos to promote the fund.

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