of more than 20 years
The number of people fleeing war, conflict and persecution has never been as high as it is today. At the end of 2017, 68.5 million people were fleeing worldwide. The number of refugees is higher than ever before and in 2017 the UNHCR recorded the largest increase in refugee numbers since it was founded in 1951. 85 percent of the refugees live in developing countries and spend an average of 17 years in a temporary refugee camp.Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator
In humanitarian crises people need stability. With the isolated and robust rooms of BOXS, the living conditions of those affected are sustainably improved. Humanitarian organisations benefit from flexible and secure options for accommodating their own personnel or help points in or around refugee camps. Development projects focus on the sustainable promotion of the economy in emerging and third world countries. Resources and infrastructure must be provided and built.Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator
A sustainable reuse of plastic to reduce housing shortages and jobs in developing countries.
Security and stability
Although tents fulfil the requirements of spontaneous help, they are hardly suitable for longer, often long-lasting use. The hygienic conditions, the lack of privacy and above all the weather are unpredictable factors and hardly permit a dignified life.
Child-friendly play areas
Office solutions for humanitarian organisations
Accommodation for workers and staff
Medical centres and operating rooms