Monday, November 22, 2010

Kesho Leo: Building Tomorrow Today

This is a cross-post for Th!nk3: Developing World and Th!nk4: Climate Change
This story about an Australian/Tanzanian project presents a development initiative that incorporates eco-friendly and sustainable building design.

Food Water Shelter’s Kesho Leo children’s village, (Swahili for ‘tomorrow today’) recently won the National Award for International Architecture from the Australian Institute of Architects for Robert Watson. Rob’s architecture firm is Watson Architecture + Design.

...builds and manages eco-friendly children's villages with education, social and health facilities for vulnerable women and children in developing countries.
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(Photos: fws)


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