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In Brazil we work in partnership with the government to build new houses for vulnerable families. Our aim is to help relieve the issue of income inequality in this diverse country and address the huge financial and social gap in living standards that people face every day.

Follow the impact of our building projects

Our work to alleviate poverty in the country began in 1992, serving families who suffered tremendous losses due to floods in Belo Horizonte. Since then, we have developed projects to rehabilitate slums across 11 states. Brazil has between 6 million and 8 million fewer houses than it needs, which has led to a huge growth of slum housing/ informal settlements over time, and people earning less than US$1,000 per month account for about 90 percent of this deficit.

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If you would like to join us in eliminating housing poverty by making a significant gift, either as an individual or through a trust or foundation please visit our Philanthropy page.



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