Communities that are rebuilding or reforming following a crisis exist in a constant flux of formality and informality. This liminal existence, at once formal and informal manifests itself physically in many of the places that displaced families seek shelter.
Following the post written by Nathalie Jolivert reporting – two years after its construction-on the first housing pilot project in the first and Continue reading
Credits for photograph above: Claude André Nadon With a unique opportunity to hear an outsider’s perspective on the interventions and their impact 2 and Continue reading
Photograph above: Rebuilding in Port au Prince, source Claude Andre Nadon/UNOPS For this post I want to reference an article Continue reading
The purpose of this particular post, is to immerse you in a pretty intense and relevant discussion around housing reconstruction and Continue reading
Photograph above: Claude Andre Nadon/UNOPS, Reconstruction efforts in Fort National, Haiti Taking advantage of the fact that this session will Continue reading
For additional information check out the two previous parts: Part 1 , Part 2 , Part 3 Now, continuing with the principles… 6. [EMPOWER] Continue reading
With this post we welcome you to the Fall posting season, and my More than A roof, Building Communities series looking at Continue reading