Provides secure and dignified temporary shelter for a family of 5.  Slots are cut using a handsaw or machete in the top of the posts to accommodate the roof frames otherwise the frame is simply lashed together.

Three tarpaulins are used for this shelter; one for the roof and one and a half for the walls. The remaining half tarpaulin can be used to build a reciprocal frame lean-to awning for outside cooking space.

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The double elevated RSK shelter opened up

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22 pole double elevated shelter kit

The shelter provides the same health and security benefits as the standard RSK shelter.

Roof beams are interchangeable making maintenance straightforward. This provides the opportunity for the shelter to be used for a longer period as a transitional shelter during the rebuild phase.