Home for All

Permanent and strong shelter is the longing of poor. United Nations has been urging governments to ensure that every citizen of the respective country is living in his/her own shelter. Our government keeps taking steps to provide home for all through many schemes. But, being a developing country and having world’s second highest population, our Union Government is yet to keep its promise.

AHIMSA, in its own way, shares the responsibility.

By giving training to the selected members of youth club under building construction, they were involved in low cost building construction works under the Central Government scheme “Home for all by 2022”.

Under the Advanced Building Construction Technology Division AHIMSA is involved in low cost house construction for BPL and economically weaker section of the people. The technology involved is making panels using Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum (GFRG) panels made with Calcined gypsum, glass fibers and chemicals to make them load bearing, water proof, fire proof, corrosion proof, termite proof, earthquake resistant, environmental friendly material. The construction has been accredited by United Nations and World Bank as 100 % green building technology, fire resistant, earthquake resistant and fully eligible for CDM benefits. The rationale for the intervention is to reduce the use of mud and sand required for making bricks and avoidance of firewood for firing the kilns. Under this Division AHIMSA has also collaborated with Japanese based Kankyo Technologies to set up bio mass based cold storage for farm produce at Koyambedu in Chennai.

Clubbing both, the buildings shown here were constructed by BACE INDIA Company. This project was welcomed by Government Departments and public with good appreciation

Smart Village Scheme had already been successfully launched in Mudikarai Village, Kalayarkovil Taluk in Sivagangai District. A fresh proposal under this scheme has been sent for Hanumanthapuram village, Chengalpattu Taluk in Kanchipuram District.

We shall keep constructing houses for poor and homeless until every citizen of India gets his own home, with the support of Banks and Financial Institutions under various schemes.

300 Sq. ft. house model – BPL Category
500 Sq. ft. house model – EWS Category
600 Sq. ft. house model – LIG Category
MIG Categories
HIG – Categories (Various HIG Category Model houses)
Commercial Complexes
Interior Designs
Housing Project in Kalayarkovil, Sivagangai District by using GFRG Tenchology