Hi all you Domies out there! I thought I should post our latest update to this forum.
We just received a donation that will cover the cost of a new Dome
for a homeless family in Indonesia. For $2500, you or your
organization could "adopt" a family of your own. Follow along with the
construction of this home at: http://blog.dftw.org
Domes for the World is moving ahead to the next stage of finding
funding for low-income family homes in Ethiopia. OPIC is helping.
Check them out at http://www.Opic.gov
Lynda Eggiman, director of DFTW Peru, is currently in Peru pounding the
pavement and getting everything in order to finish a feasibility study
for housing there. We intend to approach Peru by building housing for
low-income to middle class families and re-investing profits into
strictly humanitarian efforts for the poorest of the poor.
The big meeting for Haiti has been postponed until May, but things are
still moving down the track for some serious developments there. Domes
for the World wants to not only build housing to protect the families
of Haiti from the hurricanes that batter the Island of Hispaniola, but
also aid in co-ordinating greater environmental and social actions.
We are in the middle of creating a new website! Our blog will be
moving from http://blog.dftw.org
soon. I will let all of you know when
We are also working hard to create a vision for Sustainable Cities
which will include recommendations from the UN on cleaning the
environment, as well as safe and permanent Monolithic Domes and
EcoShells. Donations are needed to keep this work moving forward.
You can donate by clicking: http://shop.dftw.org/
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