Training of Masons and Community Members on Construction of Shelters with Lime Stabilized Soil
This model focuses on capacity building of masons and community members to build/rebuild shelters. Using lime the training provides technical guidance and skills to build disaster resilient shelters with the lime stablized soil
The objectives of this training are to:
Provide guidance on construction with lime stabilized soil in flood prone areas.
Provide technical assistance to villagers to conduct soil test and trial mixes that will be stable under water
Promote use of lime in construction of shelters, as it is cost effective in comparison with cement and more stable under water.
The training is conducted at site in a village and includes:
Technical presentation on use of lime.
Demonstration of required material and procedures.
Conduction of trial mixes
Practical group work on tests, mixes etc.
Development of samples of mixes to be tested under water.
Follow up and feed back after certain period.
Pre and post test.
Use of lime & its benefits
Construction with lime stabilized soil with reference to flood resilient shelter.
Practicals of soil tests.
Practical of test mixes.
Development of samples of trial mixes to be tested under water for strength.
Feed back and follow up.
Total 360 masons have been trained on use of lime in construction of flood resilient shelters.