Health & Sanitation
Healthy homes for low-income families
In Brazil, more than 11 million people live in favelas, that represent nearly 6% of the total population of the country. People live in poor, unsanitary conditions, and houses often do not meet legal regulations, with residents suffering from conditions such as, moisture, mold, lack of ventilation, that could compromise the health of residents.
Moradigna provides services to reform housing structures, diagnosing the problem and providing rebuilding, design, and labour to properly regulate living conditions. The company focuses on providing low income people safe conditions to live in, the ability to pass safety and hygiene regulations, and to prevent the spread of diseases.
Moradigna offers customers a flexible payment scheme that allows for the amount to be divided in up, with zero interest. They have transformed over 300 homes.