Cities in developing countries are experiencing rapid, massive and uncontrolled urbanisation as a logical result of population growth, which is not set to slow in the near future.
Natural hazard study requires the implementation of a global and multidisciplinary approach.
Developing cities are marked by a strong presence of informal settlements that are overcrowded, lack facilities and poorly connected to the city : this phenomenon affects nearly one third of the world's urban population, or nearly one billion people.
It is a day-to-day challenge that requires efficient, economical and reliable drinking water and sanitation infrastructure. Groupe Huit expertise covers the entire water cycle with a strong focus on Nature-based solutions.
Groupe Huit works with project stakeholders to implement environmental and social safeguards.
# Gathering the right expertise at the right time
# Participative collaboration with stakeholders
# Responding as closely as possible to the clients’ and users’ needs
Rwanda - Sub-Saharan Africa and Indian ocean
Laos - Asia and Pacific
Tunisia - North Africa and Middle East
Guinea (Conakry) - Sub-Saharan Africa and Indian ocean
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