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BILLION BRICKS LTD

Org #45166
Vetted since 2018 Site Visit Verified
2013
year founded
$16,035
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

billionBricks is a Singapore-based non-profit design and technology studio which innovates new shelter solutions for the homeless and most vulnerable communities. Our solutions are women-centric and are highly replicable and scalable to significantly enhance opportunities for communities to emerge out of poverty. We not only consider buildings as shelters, but as tools for capacity-building and empowerment. Our approach aims to reduce dependencies on our support, creating ownership and pride, and unlocking untapped potential for change. Our shelter solutions include weatherHYDE, a temporary women-centric shelter designed to save the lives of homeless living in extreme weather, and powerHYDE... read more

Project Leaders
Prasoon Kumar
Prasoon Kumar
Team
Prasoon Kumar
Organization Information
128 Prinsep Street
Singapore, 188655
Singapore
006583222265
Organization Information
128 Prinsep Street
Singapore, 188655
Singapore
006583222265

Project Reports

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Nov 25, 2019
35 shelters sent to flood victims in India!
Ashok, his wife and two children, who had to leave their home and stay in a temporary hut received a weatherHYDE last week. States in eastern India continue to be flooded, and we sent 35 shelters to...
Aug 27, 2019
billionBricks' response to floods in East India
Odisha and Assam , two states in eastern India were flooded by heavy rains in the first week of August. Over 12 million people in over 2000 villages and nine districts were affected. More than 14,000...
May 31, 2019
Meet bB's Little Humanitarians
weatherHYDE has always been special for children. Many homeless parents have come back with stories about how wH has enabled their kids to go to school since their books and uniforms don’t get...
 
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