Among his many projects in Africa, Brazil, and other countries around the world, Eloi Kummetz brings integrity and compassion to areas that need it most. Through his Kummetz Corporation, Eloi Kummetz is working to address the housing shortage, especially in post-apartheid Africa.
According to Eloi Kummetz, many throughout the world are unaware of the housing conditions in Africa. In some areas, Eloi Kummetz points out, residents are still feeling the aftereffects of apartheid, with entire families struggling to survive in tiny, cramped spaces. Some areas still see residents in encampments and shanties, Eloi Kummetz explains.
Some of these people are living illegally, Eloi Kummetz describes, with no choice but to occupy a small shack in order to keep warm and dry. In these areas, Eloi Kummetz states, there is inadequate housing to handle the number of residents of these areas. The government never worked to address the lack of housing in areas affected by apartheid, so residents have built their own housing, inadequate though it may be.
Kummetz Corporation hopes to remedy that. Eloi Kummetz believes that in using quality, low-cost materials and accelerated timeframes, Kummetz Corporation can help address this housing shortage in Africa. Throughout all of its work, the company will strive to uphold Eloi Kummetz’s dedication to preserving the environment.
Housing isn’t the only work Kummetz Corporation is doing in Africa. Eloi Kummetz is also working with local businesses and government to help strengthen the education system in Africa, believing that by helping residents gain access to educational opportunities, the country will have a stronger, better-educated workforce. This is important for Africa’s future, Eloi Kummetz believes, and will benefit the entire country’s economy in the long-term.
The housing situation needs to be addressed now, before things get worse, Eloi Kummetz points out. According to Eloi Kummetz, the United Nations Population Fund has predicted that the population of Africa will reach 750 million in the year 2030. In 2000, Africa had only 294 million people, according to the organization. Eloi Kummetz explains that with a housing shortage already in existence, if the problem isn’t addressed now it will grow exponentially worse in the future.
Through Kummetz Corporation, Eloi Kummetz seeks to improve living conditions in Africa and around the world, giving residents a comfortable life while helping provide economic opportunities in regions that need them most.