USAID/LEAD Funds Awarded To Veerhouse Voda, Haiti
Port au Prince, Haiti, W.I., December 20, 2014 – Veerhouse Voda is the recipient of the USAID/LEAD grant that the company announced will be used to continue its development of affordable and disaster resilient homes and buildings throughout the region. The Veerhouse Voda construction method was born from the earthquakes that ravished Haiti in 2010.
Veerhouse Voda’s affordable building solutions combine lightweight steel frames, expanded polystyrene (EPS) walls, and a patented mortar mix, to create a system able to effectively produce permanent structures like schools, homes, hotels and medical facilities that are highly resistant to earthquakes, hurricanes, fires, and floods. The company has recently received funds for the creation of a local manufacturing plant for materials needed in Haiti for the regional expansion.
The PADF was founded in 1962 by the Organization of American States, and focuses on pressing concerns of the Western hemisphere. It is a non-profit organization that has reached over 10 million people in over 22 countries. PADF has proven to be a viable enterprise with an ability to be nimble in reacting to changes that directly impact the people living in the region. USAID/LEAD is the leading U.S. Government agency that works to end extreme global poverty and enable resilient, democratic societies to realize their potential.
Veerhouse Voda Leaders
Veerhouse Voda’s CEO Brendon Brewster stated “We are pleased to be awarded the PADF grant. The grant will be used to augment existing capacities and provide an impact in terms of job creation and the quality of life for the people who are directly or tangentially related to the company.”
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About the Company
The company’s primary office is located in Port au Prince, Haiti with locations in both New York and The Netherlands. The company was founded in 2010 to focus on building construction that uses a method that acts as a versatile alternative for buyers by using less material, consuming less energy, and allowing for faster construction time than traditional methods.