help cool the PPE wearers using traditional building cooling methods
Could lowering the temperature in the actual care area through adaptation of traditional architectural techniques help overheated field workers too ?
***wind catcher idea : http://www.cais-soas.com/CAIS/Architecture/wind.htm
***passive cooling thru water systems & materials (stone/tiling) : http://inhabitat.com/pearl-academy-london/
***geothermal : https://repositories.lib.utexas.edu/bitstream/handle/2152/13322/8-Maddox_Montry-Traditional_Innovative_Cooling_Systems.pdf?sequence=2
***solar chimney: http://www.carboun.com/sustainable-design/a-damascus-school-revives-traditional-cooling-techniques/
SOLAR CHIMNEY could have SOLAR PANELS to help meet energy needs ?
***helpful list : http://www.academia.edu/1738101/Design_with_Climate
Maximizing natural passive cooling systems in the set up of field healthcare facilities will help HCWs deal with the ultra-hot suits.
black cloth "shadow nets" used by MSF to filter solar rays & cool off tent below