Habitat World Blog
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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.
A partner helps Habitat Costa Rica train more women homeowners in financial education, empowering them to pass on what they learn to neighbors, friends and family back home.
The former president of Romania and a Habitat for Humanity volunteer and supporter since 2007, Dr. Emil Constantinescu shares his thoughts on the nature of creating lasting change.
Habitat for Humanity is one of many charitable organizations engaged in the 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance. Discover ten ways you can pay tribute and take action with Habitat on Sept. 11.
Thrivent Builds volunteer Jennifer DeBruin writes about her recent trip to help build a pair of homes on stilts in Biloxi, Mississippi.
A muralist in San Angelo, Texas, uses her talents to brighten up the bedrooms of children moving into their families' new Habitat homes.
The whole process of getting to know Habita's partner families is a humbling reminder of just how much homeownership means to those who have never known it before.
Habitat volunteers, supporters and partner families have told us many ways they think of home. What about you? Let us know: What does home mean to you?