BWB logoBuilders Without Borders

119 Main Street
Kingston, NM  88042


Builders Without Borders (BWB) is an international network of ecological builders who form partnerships with communities and organizations around the world to create affordable housing from local materials and to work together for a sustainable future. They believe the solution to homelessness is not merely housing, but a local population trained to provide housing for themselves. BWB is a project of NetWorks Productions, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and is PAKSBAB’s fiscal sponsor.

CASBA logoCalifornia Straw Building Association

P.O. Box 1293
Angels Camp, CA  95222

California Straw Building Association (CASBA) is a non-profit organization whose members are designers, contractors, owner builders, and people interested in straw building. Their mission is to further the practice of straw building by exchanging current information and practical experience, promoting and conducting research and testing, and making that body of knowledge available to working professionals and the public at large.


EWB logoEngineers Without Borders – Denmark

Skt. Annae Plads 16, 1
DK-1250 Copenhagen  Denmark

Engineers Without Borders – Denmark (EWB-DK) is a branch of the humanitarian organization Engineers Without Borders – International. They provide technological and humanitarian aid to projects that alleviate human suffering and fight poverty, such as access to safe drinking water, proper sanitation, and emergency shelter to people in disaster affected areas. PAKSBAB has collaborated with EWB-DK to build houses for flood displaced families from Kohistan, Pakistan.


10551 Wilshire Blvd. #904
Los Angeles, CA  90024

Spinal Cord Injury Project for Pakistan Earthquake Rehabilitation (SCIPPER) is a network of individuals and organizations working towards the rehabilitation of survivors paralyzed during the 2005 Pakistan earthquake. SCIPPER supports and sponsors SCI patients and their families by providing food, medical care and supplies, and stipends for caretakers and educational purposes. They are also funding the construction of PAKSBAB’s homes adapted for the disabled.