Hannemanns Park is initiated by Ramboll. The area where the park will be created under the Metro line is a so called dead zone with many challenging conditions such as wind and noise. A whole team consisting of engineers, acoustic specialists and landscape architects have been working together to create a park that provides a multifunctional local space that is both sustainable and adaptable to environmental challenges. Hannemanns Park is supported by the Ramboll Foundation, Ramboll and the CPH City & Port Development.
Ramboll’s Humanitarian Association (Den Humanitære Forening), in cooperation with Terre des Hommes, has helped this school with procuring various and much needed equipment such as hearing aids, chairs, computers and sewing machines.
Ramboll’s Humanitarian Association (Den Humanitære Forening), in cooperation with Terre des Hommes, has now helped establishing a new water borehole at the school, giving access to clean water for a school of 400 orphans in Arusha, Tanzania. They have not had access to clean water before and are extremely grateful that this has now been achieved.
The Danish NGO Human Practice Foundation, together with engineers from Ramboll Water, has developed a pilot model and a technical solution for providing access to clean water and electricity at schools in remote areas at high altitudes, solutions that can be duplicated to other schools. After a fact-finding mission, Ramboll also assists in project implementation with design review and inspection.
Ramboll has donated 66,172 EUR to the Danish Red Cross – with half being contributed by the Ramboll Foundation and half by employees. The money is enough for the Red Cross to feed 13,234 children or 2,206 families for a whole month or provide 6,931,252 litres of water to those in need. The image above shows Abebech Ayanu and her family fetching water from the Red Cross water distribution truck.