RANWAS SCHOOL, VANUATU

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RANWAS SCHOOL, VANUATU

From Soni Gurung

In 2015, Cyclone Pam destroyed Ranwas school, leaving the children to be taught in temporary make-shift shelters. Our aim is to design and construct a school building in collaboration with the community.

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Hello! :)

Thanks for visiting my fundraiser campaign. I am very grateful to be involved in this project and to go out there to build an amazing teaching and learning facility in Ranwas. I believe that these architectural interventions and the involvement will create a lasting impact, connecting both students and the local communities.

 You will be a part of this project as much as I will be. 

I hope this encourages more people to a be a part of this beautiful journey of giving, learning and sharing. 

Your contribution will mean a lot. ^_^ I cannot wait to share the progess with you all!

Our aim, during summer 2019, is to design and construct a school building that will houses a large teaching space, a teachers office, a reading space and a library book storage room which will use natural methods to ventilate and control moisture within the space, preventing the books from moisture damage.

More about CAUKIN:

CAUKIN Studio’s working practice seeks to tackle social, environmental and economical problems through beautiful, well-crafted design. By seeking collaboration and the active involvement of local communities we hope to make an impact on everyday lives and the architectural community as a whole.

At CAUKIN Studio we believe in the democratisation of design and design education.

Every person, community or place should be able to benefit from the quality of life and space that is achieved through informed design.

Every student or individual should have the opportunities to develop skills in the disciplines which they are passionate about.

We are an organisation centred around creating access to design and skill exchange opportunities for remote communities, architecture and design students, skilled professionals and humanity as a whole.

Our DESIGN, LEARN, EXPERIENCE projects are focused on delivering social centric solutions for NGOs working in communities worldwide, creating and strengthening mutually beneficial international networks with a passion for utilising their expertise for humanitarian and environmental purposes.

We saw a clear opportunity but also a challenge in how we could execute in a socially responsible manner, that did not take advantage of the people or places we interacted with.

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