Ed-unity, by Common Ground Practice

Proposed by Common Ground Practice, Ed-unity visualises school buildings as a new model for constructing, using and monetizing the existing infrastructure, in a manner that fulfils multiple needs and generates revenues that can be directed towards the causes that most need.

India suffers from a mismatch of need and demand for infrastructure in a wide variety of sectors, including primary and secondary education. Existing models used to satisfy such demands are extremely resource-intensive and costly. Common Ground Practice proposes Ed-unity.

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