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The global need for affordable housing and sustainable cities
July 22, 2014

The global need for affordable housing and sustainable cities

See how important it is to address the rapid increase in urban populations around the world and what you can do to help us improve these conditions.

More Posts from the Habitat World Blog

Florida State University students participate in the Seminole Shack Showdown.
April 17, 2013

Sleeping Out in Support of Habitat

Florida State University student Rachel Durham chronicles this year’s Seminole Shack Showdown.

"A How-to Guide for the Legal Sale of Property in Haiti" was published last fall in French and English with training materials on the manual available in Creole.
April 15, 2013

Shedding Light on Haiti’s Land Systems

The Haiti Property Law Working Group is creating new opportunities by clarifying and bringing consistency to buying and selling land in Haiti.

The Triplett family has begun working toward having a place to call home for good.
April 9, 2013

A dream and a goal

Steven wants a dog, a swing set and a place to run. Future Habitat homeowner Jen Triplett shares how she and her husband are working to make that happen for their son.

April 4, 2013

"Sneakers do not survive"

Syracuse University sophomore Caroline Mahony offers three lessons learned during a Habitat volunteer road trip.

Each year, students volunteer with Habitat during their spring break.
April 2, 2013

Infographic: Collegiate Challenge

See the impact of Habitat for Humanity’s Collegiate Challenge alternative break program.

Easter messages of hope and renewal speak powerfully to the ministry for Habitat for Humanity.
March 26, 2013

Hope and renewal

CEO Jonathan Reckford reflects on hope as the essence of the Easter message — and the Habitat story.

Habitat for Humanity believes that adequate housing requires safe and reliable access to water and sanitation.
March 21, 2013

World Water Day: Help create safe and reliable access

Habitat for Humanity believes that adequate housing requires safe and reliable access to water and sanitation.

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