RENEWABLE ENERGY THROUGH THE VEHICLE OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING

Award Ceremony - Tony Elumelu, Chinwe Ohajuruka & Jeffrey Wright

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At the African Diaspora Marketplace floor, explaining the project to Jeffrey Jackson, USAID

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Dr. Ojimadu Ohajuruka & Chinwe Ohajuruka

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Award Ceremony - Tony Elumelu, Chinwe Ohajuruka & Jeffrey Wright

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Current Housing Conditions in “Waterside” Squatter Settlements in Port Harcourt, Nigeria

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Current Housing Conditions in “Waterside” Squatter Settlements in Port Harcourt, Nigeria

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Current Housing Conditions in “Waterside” Squatter Settlements in Port Harcourt, Nigeria

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Current Housing Conditions in “Waterside” Squatter Settlements in Port Harcourt, Nigeria

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Power to the People
Power to the People

SOALA Passive House Prototype

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Soala Passive House Prototype
Soala Passive House Prototype

Affordable Housing with Renewable Energy

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Hybrid Construction
Hybrid Construction

One Prototype has been built with compressed earth while the other with cement blocks as a control.

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Power to the People
Power to the People

SOALA Passive House Prototype

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THE ADM II BUSINESS PLAN COMPETITION



In February 2012, CDS in association with partners entered into an African Diaspora Marketplace (ADM II) Business Plan Competition in the United States.

 

THE PROBLEM



The affordable PHP is a model of housing based on the“Face Me I Face You” or “Rooming Houses”concept

 

 

THE SOLUTION

PHP enables the working Nigerian buy a starter-home with incremental prospects