Network for an Economical and Ecological Habitat (EcoSouth Network)
Red para el Habitat Económico y Ecológico (Red EcoSur)
1991 Dominican Rep
1991, Dominican Rep, at meeting of Latin American micro-concrete roofing-tile (MCR) manufacturers, rapidly spreading to other sectors. Original title: Latin American MCR Network -- Red Latinoamericana de TMC. Previously also referred to as Network for an Economically and Ecologically Sustainable Habitat.
Address housing needs of southern countries through: technology transfer of low-cost housing and construction materials; project planning for ecologically sustainable urban and rural housing interventions.
Spanish-speaking network coordinated from Nicaragua; English-speaking network from Namibia. Contact office in Switzerland.
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