Click on the 'Dashboard' below for more details of the results and impacts of the AVN program as of November 2012 (pdf, 600K)
Results & Impacts
A Summary of the overall results & impacts to date (Sept 2015)
The main results so far:
- Since the start of the program, 1,500 sites have been built by NV masons and entrepreneurs, for 20,000 direct beneficiaries, in 700 locations (villages, hamlets, towns) in 6 countries of the Sahel (Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal, Benin, Ghana and Mauritania)
- Total vaults production reached 68,000 sqm of usable area built.
- 87% of NV buildings are houses, and 13% are for community use (churches, mosques, community centers, schools...)
- 380 NV masons have been trained, of whom half are at the foreman and/or entrepreneur level
- There are currently over 300 apprentices in training
- On the last ten years, the program has experienced an average annual growth rate of 31%.
And we estimate the impacts of the Program as being:
- 20,000 people use, live in, or sleep in NV buildings;
- 33,000 corrugated iron roofing sheets have been economized
- 55,000 tons of CO2-equivalent economized, as a result of NV construction, as compared to the alternatives
- 2 millions Euros of local economic impacts have been generated.
One of the most encouraging outcomes is that over one-third of the NV construction market is now completely autonomous and self-sustaining: 17% of NV clients are found directly by NV builders / entrepreneurs. Of the remainder, 30% come via a local intermediary or ’champion’, 32% via AVN itself, and 14% via AVN's partners. So, in the regions where AVN is active, we are well on the way to a growing and independent market in NV construction, permitting us to soon move on and target our resources in new regions.
Map of deployment (August 2015)
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Projections from now until 2030
|Annual Growth Rate||36%|
|Nb of formed masons||13 000|
|Nb of annuals constructions site||23 500|
|Ha annuals NV||70|
|Nb of beneficiaries||600 000|
|€ generated localy||64 millions|
|Potential CO2 saving||1,7 million|