THE FIRST PERMANENT SOLUTION HOMELESS & MIGRANTS CITY LIVING SOLUTION
Acording to UNOPS and the United Nations Invoromental Programme, globally, there are large gaps in infrastructure service delivery and accessibility - around 2.2 billion people lack access to safe drinking water, 4.2 billion lack access to sanitation,1 940 million lack electricity, and 1 billion lack access to all-weather roads2. Economically disadvantaged people, women, children, the elderly and differently-abled (collectively referred to as “most vulnerable” groups) are, to varying degrees, typically underserved by infrastructure. When infrastructure services exist, prevailing socio-economic inequalities and poor design can inhibit vulnerable groups of society from accessing them. The burden of infrastructure service gaps falls disproportionately on these groups.
Similarly, the burden of environmentally unsustainable infrastructure development also falls on the poorest and most vulnerable. These groups are more susceptible to the adverse environmental effects of unsustainable infrastructure development, such as ecosystem degradation and biodiversity loss, pollution and waste, and climate-related and other natural hazards. The nexus between social and environmental dimensions of infrastructure, and the recognition that cross- over benefits can be achieved in both, is, therefore, important for ensuring that the benefits from infrastructure development are inclusive of all segments of society, and particularly the most vulnerable groups.
Inclusive infrastructure is defined as infrastructure that accounts for the needs of everyone, ensures equal access to quality services and enhances access to development opportunities for the broadest segments of society, especially vulnerable and marginalized groups.
2030 Global Agenda for Sustainable Development as it builds on the education and global citizenship focus in Gyeongju (2016) and the focus on people-centered multilateralism in New York (2018). This year we concentrate specifically on Sustainable Development Goal 11: “to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable by 2030.” We do so by highlighting inclusivity, climate change, peace, economic opportunity for our youth, and the development of infrastructure and technology needed to support sustainable growth. For each of these we affirm our beliefs, urge others to partner with us, and commit to action.
Without active recognition of the challenges facing sustainable societies, we will accomplish nothing.
(Homeless & Emigrant Solution )
Project overall goal:
To create a safe and modern place of destination for Homeless & Migrants in disadvantaged, single-parent families, the youth, the elderly, and the disabled, indigenous communities, Orphans, multi-cultural groups.
AREA: Regional Integration and Infrastructure
“We are building a new reality for our people, a new future for our children, and a new model of development”
A new stage for society where everything will be accessible so that any one person can accomplish many types of professional, social and personal achievements .
A place where any one person can work in an office in the morning and work in farm, or perform at a theater in evening , all while being close to home.
A community with 10,000 solution apt homes
Futuristic, affordable, sustainable, and efficient living for their citizens. We will offer small but technologically advanced housing, emphasizing common spaces that will include all types of recreational, cultural and sporting developments for both the young and the old. Development focus will be on self-contained operation.
AS PART OF OUR DAILY LIFE.
"La Pacifica City " will be surrounded by nature, with running water converted into beautiful art cascades, wide walk pads and bike roads so everyone can go anywhere.
THIS will be one of our most valuable concepts as accessibility is critical to all urban environments.
Futuristic city surrounded by Nature
By 2030 more than 60% of the world’s population is projected to live in cities. Urban centers will face key challenges in ensuring that the needs of people living in hardship are met. As cities become smart, they must also provide equal access to the benefits of technological progress for vulnerable social groups and leave no one behind.
A key challenge faced by cities is to ensure the engagement of all people living in situations of hardship and to promote inclusivity. Smart cities in the future should meet the needs of vulnerable members among social groups such as families, persons with disabilities, indigenous people, older persons and youth and thus need to reinvent themselves in the way they communicate, plan and respond to the complex needs of their people. Technological and social innovation is allowing cities to explore solutions and create smarter and inter-connected communities that can enhance service delivery, improve citizen’s lives and reduce urban poverty. Innovation can be a catalyst for change and ensure that our cities and communities are resilient and inclusive for all people of all ages.
A DIVERSIFIED PLACE TO WALK
MULTICULTURAL ART, THEATER & SPORTS
To promote unity within society, with a variety of public amphitheaters and parks to support their development.
The City's Sources of Income
MULTI-WORK ENVIRONMENT THAT WILL IMPROVE CITIZENS GOALS IN LIFE AND PARTICIPATION IN THE CITY.
La Pacifica city will feature a free trade zone any industry to manufacture and export. There is also the agroindustry, to meet the city’s food needs.
Further more, there are the industries described in the next ; a Five star 1000 room hotel, the 1000 bed
This are (1) 300 hectares of rice by bringing the latest technologies, (2) 55 hectares of the Tilapia Farm. (3) The 800 Hectares of Cattle raising, All with the goal of making the property self sustainable. Technology is now in our hands and as it advances
The first of Three Specialty 250 Bed Hospitals in the fields of pediatrics, geriatrics, and general medicine
Through a future alliance with International Hospitals and other local and international emergency institutions, these structures will provide regional access to the best medical services. Costs to patients will be low, since they will be sponsored by the NGO in partnership with private insurance companies. The futuristic facilities will be capable of emergency services, ambulatory surgeries, and long-term care.
This mega structure will provide the region access to the best medical services at a low cost, since it will be sponsored by the NGO in partnership with private insurance companies.
This futuristic facilities will be capable of emergency services, ambulatory surgeries, and long term care and treatment.
The surrounding areas will include: Vast areas of gardens and green parks that can be used in case of mass emergency care, and 4 Helicopter Ramps.
Available to the patients and their family will be a first class restaurant, green areas and trails in the forest to walk or hike, and facilities for long term stays
Futuristic Education Sport Facilities Our NGO believes that it is paramount for the new citizens of La Pacifica to have the best education at all stages of life. We will do this by bringing the best professionals and brands that the money can buy.
Restoration City Hotel.
Five star,1000 room hotel with pools, restaurants, entrainment, spa and gyms.It will provide all short and long term stays, with particular focus to the hospital’s patient’s relatives.It’s location primes it to become a touristic hub for the region.