Architecture for Humanity: Year in Review

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As 2010 comes to an end we wanted to share with you some of the highlights from Architecture for Humanity. AFH has been involved in fifty three projects this year, completing a project on each continent. Follow the break for AFH’s 2010 By The Numbers.

127,000 Amount raised by primary and secondary school kids to build schools in Haiti 81,996 Number of people impacted by our designers in 2010 22,380 Cups of coffee drunk in our offices 3,500 Members of our Chapter Network 548 Participants in Design Like You Give a Damn: Live! open mic and forum 405 Projects nominated for Design Like You Give A Damn 2 112 Volunteers 107 Structures in construction or development in 2010 (33 in 2009) 88 Percentage spent on construction and design services 72 Local Chapters in 14 Countries 69 Bottles of Prestige drunk by Team Port au Prince while on lockdown during election 53 Projects in 2010 37 Design Fellows 25 Hours of non-stop Pecha Kucha for Haiti 18 Full time staff members 16 Countries Architecture for Humanity is currently working in 7 Schools under construction in Haiti after the earthquake 5 Building field guides developed for Gaza, Haiti, India, Pakistan and the United States 4 Stars given by Charity Navigator for our work 2 former heads of state who donated to Architecture for Humanity in 2010 1 Projects short listed for the 2010 Aga Khan Award

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Cite: Kelly Minner. "Architecture for Humanity: Year in Review" 31 Dec 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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