SPUR Evening Symposium: Rebuilding in Haiti: An evening with Kate Stohr and Cameron Sinclair

"After the initial devastation of a natural disaster comes the long process of rebuilding communities in the affected areas. Co-founders Kate Stohr and Cameron Sinclair of Architecture for Humanity, a nonprofit design services firm, will talk about their involvement in long-term rebuilding initiatives in Haiti. The organization has significant experience in leading the reconstruction of transitional and permanent infrastructure in post-disaster contexts. Already working in Haiti prior to the earthquake, Architecture for Humanity has also been involved in rebuilding efforts post-tsunami in India and Sri Lanka and in the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina."

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