Kosi Flood Rehabilitation, Bihar

As a part of the ODR Collaborative, Hunnarshala helped the Bihar government formulate a policy that facilitated the reconstruction of 100,000 houses, while reaching the most vulnerable families in a cost-effective manner in the wake of the Kosi floods.

Tsunami Rehabilitation Ache, Indonesia

A team from Kutch Nav Nirman Abhiyan and Hunnarshala visited Indonesia, in January 2005 after the tsunami of December 2004 to assess the affected areas and suggest an approach for rehabilitation.

Madhya Pradesh Rural Tourism

Madhya Pradesh Rural Tourism program focuses on developing homestays in selected villages to boost tourism. Hunnarshala was appointed to design and technical facilitation for the required homestays for 30 villages as part of Phase I.

Study and Designs for Rural Housing – Govt. of Gujarat

A consortium of Hunnarshala Foundation, People in Centre Consulting, BuildAur, and Thumb Impressions is collaborating to provide technical facilitation under a mandate from the Commissionerate of Rural Development (CRD), Government of Gujarat, for the study and design of rural housing.

Ramdevnagar Slum Development

Hunnarshala Foundation has been appointed as the Project Management Agency to implement RAY in three slums in Bhuj, Gujarat by Bhuj Nagar Palika.

Bakhang Nunnery Rehabilitation, Nepal

In the aftermath of the catastrophic earthquake that struck Nepal in April 2015, the American Jewish World Society (AJWS) took up the initiative to reconstruct Bhakhang, a village inhabited by approximately 170 Tibetan nuns.

Moving school

The Yusuf Meherali Centre (YMC), in collaboration with Mette Lange Architects and Hunnarshala, has taken a remarkable initiative to build a small school for the fisherfolk communities residing along the coast of Bhadreshwar, Mundra.

Muzaffarnagar Rehabilitation

Muzaffarnagar housing was built with the concept of creating a home and community for those violently displaced, offering a fresh start and healing.

Nepal Earthquake Rehabilitation – ODRC

After the 2015 earthquake in Nepal, the government implemented an Owner Driven Reconstruction (ODR) approach, focusing on social mobilization, effective communication, social inclusion, and grievance redressal to facilitate self-reconstruction of houses in a reasonable time-frame.

Street Vendors, Bhuj

Hunnarshala, an organization working with the urban poor in Bhuj, initiated a project in 2015 to explore and formalize street vending as a livelihood option.