Habitat World Blog
The second blog in a series exploring the findings of a 2014 MacArthur Foundation survey, the impacts experienced by those in distressed housing situations and the belief that something can be done.
More Posts from the Habitat World Blog
Steve Thomas is an Emmy Award-winning TV personality and a home-renovation expert. He is also a good sport when things go humorously awry while filming at a Habitat community in Kenya.
Nine-year-old Devon Smith shares his review of The Carpenter’s Gift, a book featuring a tree he knows well. Devon’s own Habitat home in New York City includes wood from a past Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree.
A Canadian Women Build volunteer talks about the “volunteer vacation” she took to help Habitat build a home in Guelph, Ontario.
Three brothers are biking their way from Alaska to Argentina this year, with eyes already looking homeward toward their Lake Agassiz Habitat affiliate.
When disasters strike urban areas, the rebuilding process can become very complicated very quickly. Kip Scheidler, Habitat’s senior director of global disaster response, shows how Habitat’s 2012 Shelter Report offers some solutions for the future.
On World Habitat Day, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter rejoices in the news that Habitat has helped 500,000 families achieve what he considers a basic human right: a safe, decent home.
Habitat CEO Jonathan Reckford discusses three often-heard myths about affordable housing and offers perspective on how poverty housing affects us all.