Architects Without Borders is a humanitarian organization that uses architecture and planning as tools for enabling development.
Architects Without Borders Denmark aims at contributing with architectural and developmental expertise. We are currently engaged in a variety of projects including a new clubhouse that centers football for the vulnerable youth in Sierra Leone, the finalization of a new dairy cooperative for poor dairy farmers in Mongolia, and the construction of new housing typologies as well as securing land rights for residents living in Mozambique’s informal settlements, to name but a few.
We are working on the final touches on a new cooperative dairy for dairy farmers in Khovsgol, Mongolia. The dairy increases the farmers’ ability to produce and sell their high-quality dairy products at a more reasonable price as an engine to prevent poverty in the region. The dairy is jointly owned by the farmers in…
Casas Melhoradas (improving housing) is a housing project born out of the ambition to improve the housing conditions of low-income groups in Maputo, the capital city of Mozambique. The project introduces a series of new housing typologies and techniques in Maputo’s informal settlements.