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110324 ue ia

  1. 1. entremedioJip Nelissen, Innovation Advisor | UE presentation 24-03 2011 |
  2. 2. Barefoot Architect | Innovation for Relief and Development |2.
  3. 3. Experience vs Fresh insight. | Groundwork as a starting point..3.
  4. 4. Carrefour Nan ti sous & Nan Cocteau Port-au Prince 6eme Turgeau; St Marie & Villa Rosa Léogane - Section Communale 1 & 3: Lompré Grand Goave Grand Goave - Section Communale 7 Different approaches for different Operational Area’s. | Vernacular Rural environment VS Urban informal context.4.
  5. 5. Getting to know the people and the area’s. | Social Assesments.5.
  6. 6. Understanding the typology, damage and the need. | Technical Assesments.6.
  7. 7. Approach and Strategy; Emergency to Transitional IDEJEN local carpentry interns built high quality Core structure T-Shelters.7.
  8. 8. Process After construction of 152 core-structures Technical and Social evaluation of the PILOT phase took place, to have lessons-learnt for the up-scaling of the project.8.
  9. 9. Strategy Evaluation; Social. Implementing of Community Action Planning.9.
  10. 10. Cordaid T SApproved b helter Core -Structure y UNOPS c alcs for 108 mph. Specificatio ns quarante for 15 years ed at least. Strategy Evaluation; Technical up-grading of architectural design & specs. 10.
  11. 11. Appropriate approach for Rual Area’s. | Fits the local typology. | Good starting point for sustainable (neighborhood) development11.
  12. 12. Strategy shift; Emergency to Development Initial Transitional Shelters with tarps upgraded towards permanent Shelters.12.
  13. 13. Research Transition to permanent; Walling prototype. Patchwork of 11 different techniques, used as a Research and Communication tool.13.
  14. 14. Research Transition to permanent; Walling prototype. 11 X Walls are based on vernacular techniques, previous experiences and lessons from Cordaid Indonesia, and other NGO’s:14. Transition to permanent | Research permanent walls.
  15. 15. D. E. B. F. C. A. J. K. G. H. I. Sustainability / Viabilite Chema < Design > Pep < people > > Profi < profit Planet < planet > Profi < profit > Rezilta Total (sou 39) < Rezilta Total (sou 39) < uraje mache Enkouraje Rezilta Viabilite (sou 21) < total Enkouraje mache Enkouraje Rezilta Viabilite (sou 21) < Nimewo Deskripsyon < Rezilta Vilnerab (sou 18) < Aseptans Adaptasyon Mentnans Dirabilite Score of 21 < Efe ekolojik <Score of 39 > Sustainability > Sustainability Score of 21 > total Score of 39 > < number > techniquer > Vulnerability Score of 18 > < acceptability > < adaptability > travaye lokal < < maintenance > < durability > eco-load > lokal < travaye lokal < rket stimilus > local labour > local market stimilus > local labour > klisade avek bwa lokal < A klissade of local trees, finshed > 12 3 2 1 2 1 12 2 1 24 2 2 12 24 mi ak ròch B < wall of rocks > 16 3 2 1 3 3 17 3 2 33 2 3 17 33 planch palmis < C plancks made of palm tree > 11 3 2 2 3 2 16 3 1 27 2 3 16 27 blòk ak planch mango < D concrete blocks and plancks Mango > 12 2 3 1 3 2 14 2 1 26 3 3 14 26 blòk ak plywood E < concrete blocks and plywood > 12 2 3 1 3 2 16 2 3 28 3 3 16 28 blòk ak tòl F < concrete blocks and roofsheets > 12 1 3 1 2 2 14 2 3 26 3 2 14 26 klisad ak bwa entrange < G wattle and daub of imported wood, with finish > 12 3 1 1 3 1 14 2 3 26 1 3 14 26 tablo siman H < sheets of fiber cementboard > 16 2 1 1 1 3 14 3 3 30 1 1 14 30 mi ki f è t ak debri I < wall of rubble > 16 3 3 1 3 3 19 3 3 35 3 3 19 35 randwi ak nas banbou < J cement rendering with a mesh of bamboo > 17 3 3 1 3 3 18 3 2 35 3 3 18 35 randwi ak nas gabyon < K cement rendering with metal chain-link > 17 3 1 1 3 3 17 3 3 34 1 3 17 3415. Transition to permanent | Comparing Sustainability and Vulnerability Criteria.
  16. 16. Traditional wattle and daub wattle and daub of imported wall of local trees, with finish < klisade avek bwa lokal > A. wood, with finish < klisad ak bwa entrange > G. vulnerability score vulnerability score 12 /18 < rezilta vilnerab sou > 12 /18 < rezilta vilnerab sou > sustainability score sustainability score 12 < rezilta Viabilite sou > /21 14 < rezilta Viabilite sou > /2116. Transition to permanent | Best Rated.
  17. 17. Ferro-cement rendering Ferro-cement rendering with metal chain-link < randwi ak nas gabyon > K. with a mesh of bamboo < andwi ak nas banbou > J. vulnerability score 17 /18 vulnerability score < rezilta vilnerab sou > 17 /18 < rezilta vilnerab sou > sustainability score sustainability score 17 < rezilta Viabilite sou > /21 18 < rezilta Viabilite sou > /2117. Transition to permanent | Best Rated.
  18. 18. Wall of Debris Traditional wall of rocks < mi ak ròch > B. < mi ki fèt ak debri > I. vulnerability score vulnerability score 16 /18 < rezilta vilnerab sou > 16 /18 < rezilta vilnerab sou > sustainability score sustainability score 17 < rezilta Viabilite sou > /21 19 < rezilta Viabilite sou > /2118. Transition to permanent | Best Rated.
  19. 19. Barefoot Architect | Innovation for Relief and Development |19.
  20. 20. Actors Cordaid | Haiti SPM Community IA Local Partners Logistics Int. Partners Suppliers AM’s & Teams Leogane AM’s & Teams PauP IA Bridging, initating and facilitating between SPM, AM’s, other departments and actors.20. Position | Innovation Advisor
  21. 21. Sustainable sourcing and technical assistance.21.
  22. 22. Partnership Build Change. | All the local Bosses of Cordaid Area’s trained and certified. | Owner Driven reconstruction support.22.
  23. 23. Process; Transition to Permanent Shelters Local Bosses built Walls and Floor.23.
  24. 24. Transition to permanent. | All the Walls & Floors made by trained local Bosses. | Implementation process and system design. | Manuals, design and technical detailling.24.
  25. 25. 25.
  26. 26. Urban Area’s need alternative strategy. KEYCHALLENGE | Integral interventions for sustainable (neighborhood) development, >>Mandate Cordaid; 8100 Shelters, including 2000 Repairs.26.
  27. 27. Urban Area’s need alternative strategy. KEYCHALLENGE | That fits the urban reality. KEYCHALLENGE | That is sustainable and replicable.27.
  28. 28. Redesign of the Core-Sructure. | All the Panels are interchangeable. | Flexible width 3mtr to 4,5mtr28.
  29. 29. KEYCHALLENGE Support self-building & Owner Driven Reconstruction Strategies. | Knowledge based. | Improving quality on existing typology of confined measonry. | Aimed on increasing capacity on resources and material sourcing.29.Approaches & Key Challenges | Owner Driven Reconstruction Strategies.
  30. 30. KEYCHALLENGE | Rubble removal, -management and -recycling.30.
  31. 31. Partnership Foyer st Marie on rubble recycling. |1st Entrepreneur is being trained and will produce materials. | Partner in community driven site preperation.31.
  32. 32. KEYCHALLENGE | Land improvement, stabilization and infrastructural interventions32.
  33. 33. Integral Community Driven Site Preparation. | Community prepares land and work. | Cordaid buys recycled materials, community produces. | Cordaid monitors and assists with knowledge. Integral Community Driven Site Preparation. | Community prepares land and work. | Cordaid buys recycled materials, community produces. |Cordaid monitors and assists with knowledge.33.

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