ARC7: Apartment Resource Complex with 7 Centers
The ARC7 plan is designed to address the missing infrastructure in developing countries, including the lack of access to clean water, healthy food, basic medical and dental, education and training, adequate housing with plumbing and electricity, and jobs. We also interrupt the systematic perpetuation of poverty that often hinders upward mobility.
ARC7 is an innovative plan to address seven complex problems under one roof. The final result will be a human habitat that is self-contained, self-sustaining, and self-supporting and that financially supports everyone who lives there through co-op businesses. Participants will be elevated to become home and business owners. The ARC7 complex will provide infrastructure and services to the surrounding communities as well.
Fill the seven positions on the board of directors.
Find committed leaders who are willing and able to complete the training.
Continue to recruit a total of 50 members of the co-op.
Together the team will create a dynamic synergy that will drive the project forward.We need all kinds of people from varied backgrounds and with various skill sets to fill the roles on the team such as teachers, doctors, dentists, builders, architects, maintenance, human resources, business development, fundraising professionals, health and wellness experts, childcare providers, and other various support roles.
2-YEAR GOAL: Teams will develop businesses through financial collaboration that will bring stability and abundance for every co-op member equally. New businesses will search for startup help to pay for a business license and other startup needs. After businesses have a solid two-year financial record, they will be able to secure a loan or additional funding to cover the cost of building ARC7 Apartments.
3 to 5-YEAR END GOAL: The long-term goal is to build ARC7 Apartment Resource Complex to address the growing housing crisis in developing countries. ARC7 apartments are designed to provide the infrastructure that is missing in developing countries and provide an opportunity for shared ownership of housing and businesses. We include all essential needs in one building plan, such as running water, electricity, plumbing, heating and cooling, refrigerators, food production, business development, social inclusion, and more.