Both the material change and the process of a project can contribute to positive transformations within social relations and across different categories that we use to define poverty.
Hereby it can potentially achieve a positive result for the family to escape or avoid poverty.
We believe that the process of a project and the realized architecture plays an important role in the future of the physical and social health of the inhabitants.
A combination of sustainable materials and a clever design can deliver a healthy house and increased self-esteem.
Populations are growing every day and unavoidable the need for affordable housing grows along.
C-re-aid is working hard to tackle the major challenge to achieve affordable and low-cost housing that is not compromising on quality or environment.
Construction industry is a major consumer of non-renewable resources and is responsible for a large part of CO2 emissions. The use of local and ecological materials contribute to positive climate actions. C-re-aid develops alternative building techniques to raise awareness and inspire communities to promote an ecological building culture.
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
While pursuing our own goals we contribute on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, established by the United Nations. A short summary can be find while scrolling over the different goals. For an elaborate description about this correlation we can soon redirect you to the full article.