As you can see from the list below, earthbag building is really starting to take off in Haiti. And these are just the projects we know about. There may very well be others. I’ll edit this list as things progress. Hopefully this list will spur sharing and networking.
HAITI BUILT 2010 MARCH TO SEPTEMBER:
Rodney Johnson, pastor from KY Baptist Church in Port au Prince SW dwelling @ Port au Prince
Gary McDonough, pastor, Michael Windover, from MI Methodist Church & Haitian Artisans group, SW dwelling @ Mizak & second SW Dwelling @ St. Rose
Indigo Green Building supply, FL http://www.barrelsofhope.org & agricultural mission SW community center @ Jakmel
Mark Long, former missionary from Uganda Church of Christ/ Haiti Christian Development Project dome dwelling@ Bois Marchand
Ben Wolf, Swoon, artists http://www.konbitshelter.org & Mango Growers Org. dome community shelter @ Leogane
Matt Gunn from UT http://www.UtahHaitiRelief.org & Children of Hope orphanage SW classroom building, http://howsitgoinginhaiti.blogspot.com/
Tim Merritt, Emergency Shelter Kits, Haitian Academy, http://hatianacademy.tumblr.com/, firstname.lastname@example.org
HAITI PLANNED PROJECTS:
Freedom School, Rochester, NY dome dwellings @ Cabaret multiples on 10 acres
Miragoane, Haiti and Maple Grove, MN Catholic churches dome dwelling @ Miragoane
Jakmel artist’s collective, www.atisjakmel.org SW dorm, school & gallery @ Jakmel
Orange Tree Atelye, http://theorangetreeatelye.weebly.com/index.html, http://theorangetreeatelye.shutterfly.com/
TYIN Haiti http://www.tyintegnestue.no/ http://www.tyinhaiti.com/blog/ email@example.com
Ecological Emergency Village, http://www.henkvanaelst.be/Henk/
World Shelters — Bags of Shelters, http://earthbagbuilding.wordpress.com/2010/12/12/world-shelters-bags-of-shelter/
Foundation of St. Peter, Petite Goave, $500 houses
A businessman and former US government official working with mayors of 5 Haitian cities is seeking funding for a large SW dwelling project involving multiple sites
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a little correction: i think it is http://www.barrelsofhope.org (with an s)
Fixed it, thanks.
I wish all the best for all those haiti planned projects