Stage 4: Transition to Scale
After successful implementation of a 34-shelter pilot in conjunction with USAID, UNHCR, and GVC-Italia in northern Lebanon, we are now scaling up to a larger pilot of 250 shelters in Northern Lebanon and 250 shelters in Kutapalong, Bangladesh.
Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Human Centered Design, Environment and 7 MoreSEE ALL
Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Human Centered Design, Environment, Health, Housing and Infrastructure, Humanitarian Assistance, Infectious & Vector Diseases, Refugees, Displaced Persons & Migration Management and EngineeringSEE LESS
Funds Raised to Date
With DIV funding, Good Works Studio is testing a low-cost temporary raised flooring solution - known as the Emergency Floor (E-Flor) - that helps vulnerable families living in refugee camps stay healthy, warm, and dry and provides environmental benefits by repurposing waste.
How does your innovation work?
We are the only flooring system specifically designed to address the cost constraints and logistical challenges of shelters organizations. It can be used on the bare ground, paired with shipping pallets or sand bags where a raised flooring is needed. It can work with any shelter on the market and is easily and intuitively installed by anyone.
Planned Goals and Milestones
To seek feedback from end-users
To test out and assess existing supply chains
To seek out decision makers within procurement teams
To test and document the performance of our system
To sell our flooring for less than $2/SF
To integrate seamlessly into existing supply streams
To scale up operations to produce >1.5 million units annually
To provide a satisfying, lifesaving system to families
To increase the health and happiness of our endusers
Product testing, product piloting, product assessment, and willingness to pay.