Where We Work

Topka, Nepal

Sustainable & Seismic Resistant School

The assessment was focused in Sindhupalchowk, Nepal. This region was affected more by the second earthquake, or strong aftershock, that occured on May 12th, 2015. It registered a 7.3 magnitude.

We were focused on sustainable, disaster resistant structures in remote areas that had been overlooked by larger  INGO’s due to the lostical struggle of working there.

Our goal was to complete the build in 3 months. The school opened on April 1st, 2016, on schedule.

100% of all donations went directly to the school. All work was carried out by 70+ volunteers that came to work with us.

Read the about the Birth of BA  here.

Read a more detailed account of the project here.

Marsh Harbor, Abaco Islands, Bahamas

Resiliency through Food Security

Blue Atlas’s focus here in Marsh Harbor, Abaco, is our Food Equity and Sustainability Training (FEAST) Center. We are collaborating with local farms, relief organizations and local organizations to help establish a sustainable market garden and training center, our FEAST Center, near Marsh Harbor in the Abaco Islands. Focusing on Hydroponics and Aquaponics, we will be building the infrastructure for the new systems, along with providing trainings for schools, future farmers and all parties interested.

Read a more detailed account of the project here.

Read our project assessment here.

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With Support From:

The Rotary of the Bahamas

Michael J. Daley

Conessa & Creighton Kirkendall

The Glasscock Family Foundation

The Ledford Family

Aileen “lou” Nebel

Perpetual Foods

With support from fellow relief organization

Financial Support for our Production Classroom

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Matching Grant

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Aquaponics System and Grant program

Tents, pallets, information, connections, support.