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mission to improve the lives of disadvantaged communities
through sustainable design and to mobilise australian architects and built environment professionals
towards socially responsive design evaluation 1999 2009 2012 more strategic project selection lessons learned? build capacity within AWF simplify membership improve project management/ monitoring/ evaluation build diverse board achieving
our vision design
for communities
in need who
are we? architects
landscape architects
planners
urban designers
interior designers how
awf works why design? awf community
partner pro bono
design firm reach out to construction industry/ developers - projects
- expertise
- making connections
- governance design/build projects scoping design projects awf immediate priorities awf supporters Role of the board gujarat the anganwadi project is an association between
the NGO manav sadhna based in the gandhi ashram,
ahmedabad,
bholu pty ltd and
architects without frontiers

aims to rebuild and renovate 66 'anganwadi' (preschools) in the slum areas of ahmedabad

awf sends volunteers to design and supervise construction of the buildings based on the principles of tekra slum - 14 slum areas
population = 55,000
households = 11,200 re-use re-cycle reduce anganwadis provide : basi education and health services for slum born children and one meal per day bholu 3 bholu 6 bholu 8 to to to deliver projects develop a sustainable financial base streamline operations in Vietnam, Australia, Nepal and India to support core operations by developing strategic partnerships with
industry and with effective marketing strategies to deliver better projects through good governance, narrowing project focus and improving project management and administrative systems 1. governance
2. strategy
3. policy
4. fundraising/ networking
5. finance
6. monitoring and evaluation awf patrons phillip adams
gareth evans planet wheeler foundation
freehills
DCG consulting
allen jack and cottier
city of melbourne
the thomas foundation
RMIT university
ozquest
mirvac indigenous vietnam india
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