Reborn the ashes. That's exactly what engineers Majd Mashharawi and Rawan Abddllaht are doing in the Gaza region of Palestine.
The scenery there is nothing pretty to see. Humanity is lacking! The place is in ruins due to political and religious conflicts. War kills many people and leaves many others completely homeless.
According to the UN, there are already more than 9,000 houses destroyed and as many (about 120,000) damaged. More: due to the conflicts, receiving construction materials to rebuild the region is practically impossible.
So why not use the rubble itself (which was once buildings) to rebuild Gaza? This is the proposal of the two engineers, who after many studies and tests developed a sufficiently resistant brick made demolition waste.
Dubbed Greencake, it's made chunks of cement and coal ash and promises to give hope to many Palestinian families.