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Wednesday, June 7, 2023
3D Printing Technology Used to Build Schools in Ukraine Amid Humanitarian Crisis
3D Printing Technology Used to Build Schools in Ukraine Amid Humanitarian Crisis The 3D-printed school in Lviv, Ukraine Kyiv, Ukraine - Despite the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, the government has taken a step towards improving education in the country by partnering with the humanitarian fund Team4UA, founded by Jean-Christophe Bonis, operating on the ground in Ukraine to build schools. The new initiative aims to address the severe shortage of schools in Ukraine's conflict-affected areas and provide much-needed educational opportunities for children. In Lviv, the second stage of constructing the school's educational building has begun using 3D printing technology. According to preliminary calculations, this will be the largest one-story educational facility in the world, built with an on-site 3D construction printer. Construction will last about five weeks and be completed at the beginning of June 2023. The new additional school building is expected to be opened for 100 students in January 2024.