madi eco-village

madi eco-village

madi valley | chitwan district | oct 2018 – dec 2020

a joint venture with sustainable mountain architecturemyclimate, NEFACO, and our local project partners: the womens’ groups of bankatta, baghauda & rathaani villages, the bufferzone users’ committees, madi municipality, madi tourism development committee 

co-funded by the REPIC plattform

madi

madi valley | chitwan district | oct 2018 – dec 2020

a joint venture with sustainable mountain architecturemyclimate, NEFACO and our local project partners: the womens’ groups of bankatta, baghauda & rathaani villages, the bufferzone users’ committees, madi municipality and madi tourism development committee

co-funded by the REPIC plattform

project design, development, coordination & management

madi-ecovillage is a pilot project with the aim to develop and promote a holistic approach to tourism – self-sustainable, clean and community-based – in the terai region of nepal.

the project includes the construction of homestay houses based on traditional architecture coupled with modern climate-efficient design, a clean solar energy supply, safe drinking water, a smart waste management system (reduce, reuse, recycle, upcycle) and training / awareness creation to the local partners – women’s groups who will manage the homestay business as a welcome source of additional local income.

once successfully established – this holistic approach to tourism service shall be replicated in other touristic regions of nepal.

project brief on REPIC.ch  |   project description on myclimate.org

madi – innovating the vernacular, ar. alisha adhikary & prof. anne feenstra (SMA), spaces magazine, march / april 2019

project design, development, coordination & management

madi-ecovillage is a pilot project with the aim to develop and promote a holistic approach to tourism – self-sustainable, clean and community-based – in the terai region of nepal.

the project includes the construction of homestay houses based on traditional architecture coupled with modern climate-efficient design, a clean solar energy supply, safe drinking water, a smart waste management system (reduce, reuse, recycle, upcycle) and training / awareness creation to the local partners – women’s groups who will manage the homestay business as a welcome source of additional local income.

once successfully established – this holistic approach to tourism service shall be replicated in other touristic regions of nepal.

project brief on REPIC.ch  |   project description on myclimate.org

madi – innovating the vernacular, ar. alisha adhikary & prof. anne feenstra (SMA), spaces magazine, march / april 2019

monika schaffner

integrative geography, phd
tannenbühlweg 2 | 3652 hilterfingen
switzerland | +41 79 325 65 55
nepal | +977 9810 273742
connect@monikaschaffner.biz

 

 

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integrative geography, phd
tannenbühlweg 2 | 3652 hilterfingen | switzerland | +41 79 325 65 55 |
nepal | +977 9810 273742 | connect@monikaschaffner.biz

 

 

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