Houses In Bolivia Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles [Video]
Al Jazeera's 'Garbage Homes' looks at one woman's mission to provide housing to people living below the poverty line.
Plastic bottles have been filled with water and used to provide natural lighting, and now they have been filled with dirt and used to build houses. In Bolivia, nearly 50% of the population lives below the poverty line. This means that housing is a huge problem and many don’t have the necessary funds to live in suitable accomodation.
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