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Hope Housing Africa - Disaster Mitigation
 Hope Housing Africa Disaster Mitigation housing program ABCD has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for Africa Bureau of Children Discipleship  Hope Housing Africa  Hope Housing Africa Disaster Mitigation housing program ABCD has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for Africa Bureau of Children Discipleship  Hope Housing Africa  Hope Housing Africa Disaster Mitigation housing program ABCD has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for Africa Bureau of Children Discipleship  Hope Housing Africa  Hope Housing Africa Disaster Mitigation housing program ABCD has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for Africa Bureau of Children Discipleship  Hope Housing Africa  Hope Housing Africa Disaster Mitigation housing program ABCD has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for Africa Bureau of Children Discipleship  Hope Housing Africa  Hope Housing Africa Disaster Mitigation housing program ABCD has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for Africa Bureau of Children Discipleship  Hope Housing Africa  Hope Housing Africa Disaster Mitigation housing program ABCD has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for Africa Bureau of Children Discipleship  Hope Housing Africa  Hope Housing Africa Disaster Mitigation housing program ABCD has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for Africa Bureau of Children Discipleship  Hope Housing Africa  Hope Housing Africa Disaster Mitigation housing program ABCD has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for Africa Bureau of Children Discipleship  Hope Housing Africa

Photographs compliments of www.en.mdue.it

The Homes for Hope Africa Disaster Mitigation programme hopes to provided temporary Modular Housing assistance to eligible victims of natural disasters anywhere within Africa. A modular home is a home constructed in a factory, away from your property, in a controlled environment and then delivered to your job site. "Modular home" is the most common term used, but they are also known as - systems-built homes, factory-built and off-site construction.

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 Africa starting our programme in Uganda.

The Ugandan government says it will forcibly remove people settling on the steep slopes of Mount Elgon in eastern Uganda’s Bududa District, as the growing population has resulted in increased landslides in recent years.

In 2012 an estimated 100 people are feared dead and up to 250 have been unaccounted for when three villages were washed away after heavy rainfall in the area.

Over the last four years, landslides have buried alive several hundred people living on the slopes of Mount Elgon.

The government of Uganda has plans to procure an annual 3,000 hectares of land (7,413 acres) they plan to construct 15,0000 two bedroom houses and ABCD is keen to introduce the EMMEDUE® system as an excellent alternative.

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 instant. The core units can be built by two or three workers including women in three days.

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

 
 
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 EMMEDUE® 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 EMMEDUE® 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.

Photo compliments of EMMEDUE®

Information sourced from their website.

MOBILE FACTORY:

The Emmedue Mobile Plant is a “turnkey” solution that makes it possible to transport, install and start up an Emmedue production plant anywhere in the world; this solution is particularly ideal for large construction projects in remote areas, or where issues with logistics may prevent the installation of traditional plants.

Information sourced from Emmedue corporate website.

 
 
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