NRS Relief Viva Family Tent

NRS Relief

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Product description Brand name and product description

The Viva Family Tent by NRS Relief is a 23 m^2 single family emergency shelter. It is available for delivery to effected areas in a large roll for assembly on site. Made of fire retardant material.

Target region(s) Target region for distribution/implementation (listed by country if specified)

Designed for post disaster conditions. The footprint complies to recommended minimum living area in hot and temperate climates (3.5 m2 per person), while providing extra space for cold
climates.

Distributors/implementing organizations Organization(s) distributing/deploying this product directly to communities/individuals?"

NRS Relief state that they control their supply chain through to final delivery. As a product that meets UNHCR standards, it can be expected that large international non-government organizations and governments act as 3rd party distributors.

Available on The Level Market. Get a quote for volume orders.

Market suggested retail price Price per unit or service price per usage/terms (USD). Subsidies noted.

The manufacturer and other outlets state a price range between 360 and 470 USD. In humanitarian emergencies however, it is assumed that the product is distributed for free.

Competitive landscape Similar products available on the market. May not be a comprehensive listing.

Other NRS Relief productsBetter ShelterLumadomeHexaYurt, and other tents being used in refugee camp and disaster response situations.

SDG targeted United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) targeted with this product/application/service

Goal 1: Aims to provide temporary shelter for people who have lost their homes.

Target user(s) Target user/consumer base (country, income segment)

Persons or families affected by disasters resulting in relocation. It is intended that the Viva Family Tent serve as a temporary solution for a family (max. 5 persons) until a permanent relocation strategy is found.

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