Habitat for Humanity’s work supporting some of the poorest people around the world received a generous boost on Thursday September 8th, when the Chief Executive of Homes for Scotland Nicola Barclay p
Skopje resident Lile Kik explores the benefits of renovating apartment buildings for energy efficiency through Habitat for Humanity's loan program.
This Christmas, we're proud to partner with FitFlop to support our programmes to build and renovate ever more homes with these special edition, super comfy HOUSE slippers.
In Malawi, a low-income is defined as living on less than $120 per month.
Thousands of Roma living in slums on the outskirts of Prilep, Macedonia's fourth largest city, are using our micro-loans to legalise their situation.
In Bulgaria, our project to rebuild and renovate Roma slums to tackle local urban poverty is happening at steady pace, one home at a time. And each new home has a profound impact on its community.