Nobel Peace Prize nominee Neema Mgana discusses the work she has done to provide viable design solutions to those in need in her humanitarian-based architecture speech.
Together with the not for profit company Architecture for Humanity, the speaker is in the process of constructing a medical facility that is being designed to help bring accessible health care to a rural region of Tanzania known as Singida.
During this humanitarian-based architecture speech, the presenter details the powerful role that design has in people's lives. She explains the importance of analyzing city structures and residential populations to better understand what type of structure would be the most beneficial in a certain location. Finally, the speech touches on the role that design can play in creating a positive impact on society.