Christian Sarkar, the Co-founder of the $300 House project in Haiti narrates how he got inspired to act after seeing people living in houses made of perishable materials.
Poverty, it is said, is the greatest polluter. A resource center of this scale is bound to not just alleviate urban poverty but also help reduce urban pollution to a great extent.
When we say ‘Our Delhi’ we mean it is our city, the city belongs to us and not to all those ‘others’ who are coming to the city in search of jobs or higher education. Therefore we have some preconceived notions about who we consider as outsiders, migrants. The popular […]
Let’s stand up on World Habitat Day and let it be known that affordable, adequate housing should be a priority everywhere—in our communities, in our towns, in our country, in our world. The United Nations has designated the first Monday of each October as World Habitat Day. This year, Habitat […]
Calendar 2010: Calling All Photographers AID India is SEEKING photographs on the theme of Makaan for the 2010 AID calendar, part of a three-year series on the theme: Roti-Kapda-Makaan! What does Makaan mean to you? What does it take to make a home? To lose one? AID India invites pictures that […]