Ker n'doh Use of local technologies to no longer suffer from rising water levels but on the contrary, to use them to develop coastal villages.
Ker n'doh is the result of process that use the rising water levels as an opportunity based on a local approach and existing knowledge from the regional architecture and technologies. The project relies on existing technologies, such as canoes to form the basis of modules. By combining these modules, the village can develop different types of places, such as a school, a market, or fish farming ponds. Thus, the rising water levels no longer becomes a constraint, but an opportunity for the villages of the Sine Saloum, and allows them to be saved but also to emancipate to emancipate themselves.