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Our Million Person Shelter Initiative

Introducing Dignity Designed and Delivered1 Million Person Shelter Initiative – an ambitious project that aims to deploy 200,000 durable shelter units across Africa, the Middle East, Asia, the USA, and Europe. As our world faces increasing challenges such as conflicts, natural disasters, and climate change-induced displacements, the need for sustainable and dignified shelter solutions has never been greater. Our initiative is designed to address this pressing issue head-on, providing much-needed shelter to the most vulnerable populations.

By aligning our goals with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), our initiative contributes directly to SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities, fostering safe and inclusive living environments for displaced populations. Our shelters are designed with sustainability, durability, and dignity in mind, ensuring that their occupants have access to the necessary resources and infrastructure to live comfortably and securely.

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Through strategic partnerships with global corporations our efforts can be aligned and magnified!

1 Million Person Shelter Initiative is not only about providing shelter; it's about leading the way in innovative disruption through corporate social responsibility partnerships. By engaging with like-minded organizations and businesses, we can leverage collective resources, expertise, and innovation to make a meaningful impact on the lives of those in need. Together, we can create a powerful network of change-makers, committed to building a better future for displaced populations and contributing to a more equitable and inclusive world.

Join us in this groundbreaking endeavor, and let's work together to reshape the future of emergency and transitional shelter solutions. Be a part of the change, and help us make a lasting impact on the lives of 1 million people in need of a safe, secure, and dignified place to call home.


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With a strong foundation in the Middle East our MENA network targets the Horn of Africa.

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