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Homes of Hope Caribbean - Disaster Mitigation
Homes of Hope Caribbean Disaster Mitigation housing program UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Homes of Hope Caribbean Homes of Hope Caribbean Disaster Mitigation housing program UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Homes of Hope Caribbean Homes of Hope Caribbean Disaster Mitigation housing program UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Homes of Hope Caribbean Homes of Hope Caribbean Disaster Mitigation housing program UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Homes of Hope Caribbean Homes of Hope Caribbean Disaster Mitigation housing program UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Homes of Hope Caribbean Homes of Hope Caribbean Disaster Mitigation housing program UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Homes of Hope Caribbean Homes of Hope Caribbean Disaster Mitigation housing program UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Homes of Hope Caribbean Homes of Hope Caribbean Disaster Mitigation housing program UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Homes of Hope Caribbean Homes of Hope Caribbean Disaster Mitigation housing program UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Homes of Hope Caribbean

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The Homes for Hope Caribbean Disaster Mitigation programme hopes to provided temporary Modular Housing assistance to eligible victims of natural disasters anywhere within the Caribbean, especially now in the wake of hurricane Matthew devastation of Haiti.

We hope to revolutionize not only the way homes are built after regional disasters, but to showcase a brand new way to provide low-income affordable housing everywhere in the Caribbean.

Photographes compliments of http://en.mdue.it/

This type of housing allows people to remain within their community and provides the labor necessary for the rebuilding project, thus taking ownership of the project.

The houses are designed so that sections can be flat packed and stored for quick construction. The core units can be built by two or three workers including women in three days.

Photographes compliments of http://en.mdue.it/

Compliments of http://en.mdue.it/

Alternative a 8' X 20' pod can be developed on site at the Mobile Emmedue factory and placed on a container trailor and driven to the site for instant erection.

One small bedroom 8' X 8' a bathroom 6' X 3' and a L shapped open plan lounge, kitchen and dining room.

Leading out onto a covered patio, 12' X 6'.

Homes of Hope Caribbean Disaster Mitigation housing program UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Homes of Hope Caribbean

Homes of Hope Caribbean Disaster Mitigation housing program UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Homes of Hope Caribbean

Another design is one small master bedroom 8' X 8' a bathroom 6' X 3' a childrens bedroom with bunk bed and open plan lounge, kitchen and dining room.

Leading out onto a covered patio, 12' X 6' lounge area.

This may be small, but it is a palace compared to how many Haitian are living now following hurricane Matthew.

Hurricane Matthew has killed nearly 900 people in Haiti and left tens of thousands of people homeless.

The poorest country in the Western Hemisphere has never completely recovered from a devastating earthquake in 2010.

These pod villages could quickly be established in the worse affected areas in Haiti.

Compliments of http://en.mdue.it/

United Caribbean Trust was birthed in the aftermath of Hurricane Ivan and it has always been our desire to have a Disaster Mitigation arm to our organization.

Providing for the immediate emergency needs of disaster victims and/or emergency workers in large disaster-affected areas throughout the Caribbean. This would includes sheltering, feeding and/or direct distribution of relief supplies.


 
 

UCT has identified EMMEDUE®. as the building option for the new arm of our United Caribbean Trust ministry - Homes of Hope Caribbean.

For over 30 years EMMEDUE® has been the market leader in manufacturing and marketing of an innovative, seismic resistant and thermally-insulating building systems.

Information sourced from their website.

Photographes compliments of http://en.mdue.it/

The simplicity of assembly, the extreme lightness and the ease of handling of the EMMEDUE® panels allows for the realization of any type of construction even in difficult operating conditions.

Fire resistance:

The quality of the foam polystyrene used is of the self-extinguishing type; moreover, the two concrete layers which coat the panel sides prevent its combustion.

Photographes compliments of http://en.mdue.it/

Photographes compliments of http://en.mdue.it/

Cyclone resistance:

Buildings realized with the EMMEDUEŽ system in areas with high risk of cyclones have proved, throughout the years, their capacity to withstand the passing of the most destroying cyclones, thus confirming the high resistance of the EMMEDUEŽ buildings to the complex strains and thrusts of the force generated by cyclones.

Earthquake resistant:

Laboratory tests carried out showed that the structure withstands, with no damages, strains greater than those calculated for a First Class Earthquake, that is the maximum provided for by the Italian Earthquake regulation.

Properties seen here being built in Haiti following their earthquake by M2 Emmedue.

Photo compliments of EMMEDUE®
 
 
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