How does it work:
Use non-recyclable plastic to build social houses, employing women and youth from vulnerable communities.
Enable native communities to avoid cutting trees and use 3D-printed ovens to set-up food micro businesses.
Reduce waste by collecting leftover fabric and provide employment to vulnerable groups.
Use colour and creativity to revive villages and urban areas
This toolkit is developed in collaboration with its Originator with the purpose of supporting local community empowerment and activities. This is a 9-month circular and collaborative …
Shred plastic, mix it with low-cost materials and create eco-bricks to build homes and community centers.
Mobilise local communities and civic actors to identify and renovate buildings in impoverished areas.
Produce healthy food with low-cost water-saving hydroponics.
National incubation program for finding new approaches to food innovation.
Make sustainable shoes from waste materials and provide less skilled workers with opportunity.