We understand social infrastructure as a mix of various facilities, places, spaces, programs, projects, services and networks that sustain the well-being of people in a community. These may include the provision of affordable hospitals, schools and universities, public facilities, housing and roads.
The provision of affordable social infrastructure, decent housing, schools and health centres. We are currently working on the creation of vocational education and jobs creation centres in few African countries. These initiatives are contributing to achieving sustainable development goals. Both the building material manufacturing and houses building will offer excellent opportunities to engage unemployed workers from the local community creating well-paid jobs and the uptake of new skill sets. The public will be invited to benefit from the new technology and achieve more ecological construction. The impact can be summarised as follow:
- Adding value to local materials
- Encourage the development of small-scale production enterprises
- Improve the quality of living by building houses at low cost
- Create jobs and lift local people from extreme poverty
Schools Building – Modular Construction
Coming soon …