Shelter plays an essential role in reducing vulnerability and building communities’ resilience.

Tents have a usage life of 1 year before they start to become less effective in providing shelter. They have a storage shelf-life of 5years.

bodopods offer the same non-permanency as a tent but are designed to last from the emergency phase through to the transitional shelter phase. When no longer required for shelter, they can be dismantled and the materials used in the reconstruction of the original dwelling.

The average amount of time people worldwide are living in displacement is now a staggering 17 years

In 2012, an estimated 32.4 million people in 82 countries were newly displaced by disasters and a further 45.2 million people were forcibly displaced worldwide as a result of persecution, conflict, generalized violence and human rights violations.

A large number of these people end up living in tents…

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2 thoughts on “bodopods

  • June 5, 2014 at 4:21 pm
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    I was listening to the featured item on Bodopods on Monocle 24. I believe that this is a very good and simple product. Working within the modular industry there is always discussions around the best solutions for disaster relief, however, what you have is a very straight forward solution, easy shipped and transport to build location and installed.
    I wish you well.

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    • June 5, 2014 at 4:42 pm
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      Thank you for your feedback Alan, I’m glad you like bodopods.

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