Kay e Sante nan Ayiti update from the field!

Since the January 12th announcement of the competition winners, both ARCHIVE and the five teams have been working tirelessly to turn the winning designs into …

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Civil Engineer (volunteer) – NY/Haiti

ARCHIVE is seeking Civil Engineers (volunteers) to be based in New York and/or Haiti from February 2011. The role requires a part-time commitment of 3-6 …

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Community Circle: a new way to support us!

We are excited to announce a new way to support ARCHIVE. Among other ongoing fund raising activities, we have created a Community Circle on BloomSpot, a …

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Putting heads and hands together

147 design teams from 5 continents; architects, engineers, health workers, and development specialists; all working across disciplines to give a foundation of hope to the …

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Kay e Sante nan Ayiti finalists announced!!

The results of the first stage of judging are in! From almost 400 registered teams and 200 qualifying entries, our judges have chosen their favorite …

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Volunteer Construction Manager Needed! (Haiti)

What’s this? You speak French/Creole, have led a construction project before and would love to spend a few months volunteering in Haiti to help those …

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Better City, Better Life – UN World Habitat Day

The world crossed a significant population threshhold a few years ago, when for the first time in history the majority of people were living in …

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Pit Latrines: A Public Health Concern in Africa

An approximate 2.6 billion people do not have access to basic sanitation facilities such as latrines, and places with the lowest sanitation coverage include South …

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ARCHIVE launches Kay e Sante nan Ayiti

On the six-month anniversary of the Haiti earthquake, we launched the global design competition Kay e Sante nan Ayiti (Creole for Housing and Health in …

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Home based care-furnishing for life

When one thinks of global health and Africa, malaria, cholera, and HIV come to mind. Cancer, on the other hand, is limitless, ignoring both geography …

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Women, Slums and Health

International Women’s Day is on 8th March; Mother’s Day follows shortly thereafter, on the 14th – now, more than ever, it’s all about women. Early …

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Building Green and Building Health in Asia

Remote, landlocked, and poor, are just some of the similarities that neighboring Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan share. Seven out of every ten Kyrgyzstani are either homeless …

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Charcoal and Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease, affecting the lungs. It involves respiratory symptoms that may be affected by environmental factors such as humidity. ARCHIVE is …

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