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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 24, 2010
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Backfilling, hardcore, aggregate, and sand blinding are in place at the Nakaseeta Academy in Uganda. The slab pour is slated for later this week. Design Fellow, Darren Gill and crew have taken a lot of initiative in moving the project forward ... including digging trenches themselves, even breaking a few pick-axes in the process when they hit bedrock unexpectedly. The local community has rallied in support of the project, producing the ISSB bricks among other things.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 24, 2010
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Currently, the country is reeling from a natural disaster of astounding proportions: it is being hammered by the worst floods in the last 80 years, due to which over 2000 people have already died and over 20 million have been rendered homeless.

Architecture for Humanity headquarters were jam-packed with volunteers, visitors and staff for our weekly Lunch and Learn.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 17, 2010
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The US Conference of Mayors met in San Francisco to discuss how California cities are advancing energy efficiency through federal funding.

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