Posted by Audrey Galo on Jan 16, 2014
Related program: Typhoon Haiyan Recovery
Architects + Post-Disaster Reconstruction
Lessons Learned from Architecture for Humanity
In an effort to share our experience in post disaster reconstruction with those who are engaged in the rebuilding of the Philippines post Typhoon Haiyan, we will be hosting a training session outside of Manilla this Sunday.
Please join Architecture for Humanity's Eric Cesal for a training and discussion about the architects role in post-disaster reconstruction and how you can assist in the Philippines' recovery.
Date: Sunday January 19, 2014
Time: 5 PM
WTA Architecture + Design Studio
302 Metrosquare Building
224 Ortigas Avenue
Greenhills, San Juan
Eric Cesal is the Director of the Disaster Reconstruction and Resiliency Studio at Architecture for Humanity, where he manages Architecture for Humanity’s global portfolio of disaster response and reconstruction programs. Cesal began a career in humanitarian architecture as a volunteer on the Katrina reconstruction, spending time in both Biloxi, MS and New Orleans, LA working to establish community design programs. From there, he has led post-disaster programs in Haiti and Japan and throughout the United States.
Learn more at www.architectureforhumanity.org
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A big thank you to WTA Architecture + Design Studio for hosting!