EMERGENCY WOOD HOUSING DESING
Our main intention is to provide these families with a dignified space where they can project themselves towards the future. We know that having a secure and adequate roof is fundamental for well-being and personal development. Through this project, we aim to offer an affordable and sustainable solution that improves their living conditions.
To achieve this, we have implemented an assembly and installation chain of wooden panels that guarantees efficiency and speed in the construction process.
In addition to being affordable, the habitable module we have designed takes into account the basic aspects to meet the essential needs of a family. Although it is a minimal solution, we have worked on optimizing the space to ensure comfort and functionality.
We firmly believe in the right of all individuals to have a dignified and safe home. With this project, we hope to make a difference in the lives of those who are in situations of extreme vulnerability, providing them with a place that provides stability and the possibility of projecting themselves towards a better future.
- According to the United Nations' Report on Human Settlements (UN-Habitat) in 2020, approximately 1.8 billion people worldwide were living in inadequate housing or informal settlements at that time.
- In many developing countries, the lack of access to adequate housing is a significant challenge. According to UN estimates, around 30% of the urban population in developing countries lives in informal settlements.
- In terms of absolute homelessness, it is estimated that at least 150 million people worldwide are homeless, meaning they do not have any housing at all.
Río Negro, Uruguay