We are a super-efficient social innovation project in real world fight against poverty. We do a post-research spin-off: we build simple concrete floors in rural and slum schools and family houses. It brings to life impressive SDG output in public health, self-employment and inclusive education. We started with an academic SDG3 research. Now we master in SDG8, SDG4 and SDG1 in Africa



LONDON, 16 MAY 2022
We are proud to announce our Floor4Africa project is among social innovations the British Partliament is presenting as a proof of efficiency in SDG1 fight against poverty.
DETAILS: parliament.uk



SUCCESS OF OUR WORK



We've got 21st century but there are over 500 million people still living in family houses and learing at school with soil floors affecting their health in rural and urban-slum areas of Africa. It costs too many human lives and too many public health issues to let it be like that. It also increases a risk of migrations, incl. illegal immigration to Europe. Have a look what we've achieved in Africa's SDG4, SDG3, SDG8 and SDG1 up to now. If you want us to bring concrete floor to your village or urban slum, please ask the nearest school principal or any local community influencer to contact us for listing your village in our "Floor 4 Africa" development plans.


KENYA

1. Vihiga County

a) Mbale village:

  • easy-to-clean concrete floor in C20 standard with long-lasting durability

  • decent work for a local construction professional and his apprentice

  • family house free from sand flea and risk of new asthma cases

  • reduction of the soil-transmitted NTDs risk by over 25% (in relation to children)

  • reduction of migration risk down by 40%


SIERRA LEONE

1. Northern Province

a) Mabanta village:

  • easy-to-clean concrete floor in STAN C16/20 standard with long-lasting durability

  • decent work for a local construction professional and his apprentices

  • family house free from jiggers, with low risk of developing any ebola cases

  • soil-transmitted NTDs risk cut by over 30% in relation to children (age: 1-12)

  • reduction of migration risk down by 30%


GHANA

1. Volta Region

a) Tafi Atome village:

  • easy-to-clean concrete floor in STAN C16/20 standard with long-lasting durability

  • decent work for a local construction professional and his apprentices

  • family house free from jiggers, with low risk of developing some pandemic cases

  • soil-transmitted NTDs risk cut by over 25% in relation to children (age: 1-12)

  • reduction of migration risk down by 50% (home owner acquired a new profession with us)


NIGERIA

1. Lagos

a) Ajegunle urban slum:

  • 154sqm easy-to-clean concrete floor in STAN C16/20 standard with thickness matching long-lasting durability

  • decent work for local construction professionals, their apprentices and local home improvement stores

  • school free from mud during rain season, with low risk of developing some pandemic cases

  • predicted soil-transmitted NTDs risk cut by over 50% in relation to children

  • predicted reduction of migration risk dwon by 35%