In addition to the design activities in the field of cooperation and sustainable architecture, LOAD is constantly engaged in the spreading of the undertaken activities. Through awareness-raising events, the association tries to stimulate debate to the living conditions of the most disadvantaged communities and the spread and deepening of the possible lines of action for future project development.
In the final meeting of the 2017 seminars, which the Centre for Cooperation for International Development of Ferrara University offers to all its students and all those interested, various NGOs and Unife groups will present their experiences in the field of Cooperation.
LOAD will have the opportunity to present the pasts and ongoing projects, analyzing the different stages of implementation and the difficulties encountered during the experience.
Dec 19-22, 2016 – Senza Nome, Bologna
The photo exhibition organized by the LOAD tells the construction site of eARThouse project carried out from July to November 2016.
Through photos taken retraces the different stages that led to the construction of the future Center for Abetenim artisans, rural village in central Ghana.
An opportunity to learn about the process of building with rammed earth, to deepen a little of the Ghanaian rural culture and the difficulties to achieve a development of the community.
On the final evening of Wednesday, December 21, at 7.30pm, the LOAD team will intervene to present the project and address the issues and the results obtained in the field.
Gan 8, 2017 – Bar Lento, Rimini from 7.00pm
The Karibuni Association invites the LOAD Association to tell the construction site of eARThouse project carried out from July to November 2016.
During the event the association exposes the different stages that led to the construction of the center for future Abetenim artisans, rural village in central Ghana and the second project undertaken during the period of stay, through the projection of images and videos.
An opportunity to learn about the process of rammed earth buildings, the Ghanaian rural culture and the difficulties to achieve a development of the community.