NGO Name: Pont du Tamarinier
Total Building Cost: Rs2,500,000
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
1. End poverty in all its forms everywhere
6. Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
10.Reduce inequality within and among countries
11.Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
Audrey Dumée-Duval, a student doing her Masters in Architecture at ENSA Nantes-Maurice, completed an ambitious and new type of housing project to be implemented in Mauritius. She was supported by two architects: Maïti Chagny, architect who specialized in social housing and participative approach, as well as a consultant for UN Habitat based in Mauritius; and Nicolas Paturau a renowned architect based in the region, also sensitive and involved in local projects with a social impact.
Five beautiful houses have been built on land located in Cité EDC, Black River. The five families living in these homes are 19 people aged from 7 to 60 years old and the land belongs to them. Each house has a bathroom and a kitchen.Houses were previously made of corrugated iron sheets and asbestos and all inhabitants shared only two toilets. The families were completely involved in building their homes and contributed financially.
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