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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Feb 19, 2013
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Since March 11, 2011, contributions to the Japan Reconstruction Program have assisted in the improvement of hundreds of lives throughout the Tohoku region of Japan. MakiBiz, Architecture for Humanity’s regional support center, has assisted over 30 small business owners get back on their feet and many more people continue to need our help.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Feb 18, 2013
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Update by Sven Kalim from CIM School updates.

On Thursday, February 14th, Yves Francois (YCF Group), Abe Lynn (Degenkolb), and Kate Evarts (AFH) organized a brief talk and walkthrough with the students of CIM about the new building that's currently under construction.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Feb 16, 2013
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IF YOU ever wondered what a day at HQ was like, a volunteer undertook an independent time lapse project. It's certainly no Day in the Field, but we're excited to slave away at our computers :) in our beautiful new office space at 695 Minna in San Francisco (which we're arranging to celebrate in April).

Program coordination and administration are no easy tasks - thanks to everyone at HQ for sharing a slice of life as context for all our conversations.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Feb 16, 2013
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Construction on the Phase One classroom building continues at "College Coeur Immacule de Marie" the all-girls school in Bois Verna, a historic neighborhood of Port au Prince. The design and construction team plans to lead a tour of the building site with the students and teachers who have been very curious about what is going on behind the construction fence. We will show them the massive rebar work going inside the concrete. The foundation is almost completed. This project alone stimulated the recovery of about 25 construction jobs. See below...

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Feb 15, 2013
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Seven communities in seven countries in Europe and Latin America are partnering with us to strengthen local arts, crafts and health through architecture. In celebration of the February 14th and our mutual love of architecture we are pleased to present our partnership with Enel Cuore. Please join us in recognizing the powerful social impact of the architecture we love. Learn more about the places we've left our heart this February.

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