"Nature presents termites with challenges which they have to overcome.Shouldn’t we also take similar advantages of natural instincts in our architecture?"
Christine Mbai

Hazards identified are examined according to how often they happen and their impact on the community; patterns are analysed to infer the likelihood of recurrence. 


  • To identify and classify the major hazards facing the community according to their recurrence and the damage they cause.
  • To raise awareness of the consequences generated by the occurrence of events related to these hazards.
  • To explore connections between hazards, vulnerabilities of the settlement and capabilities of the community.

Data Visualization

Data alone tells us nothing. It has to be analysed and put into context to make sense of it. The graphical representation of data can help us find patterns, explore connexions and analyse data in a way that enables us to generate new knowledge and make better decisions.

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