Property Rights: The missing key to eradicating poverty
Today, 1.2 billion people still live either without permanent access to land, or occupying property for which they have no formal claim. At European Development Days in Brussels, Habitat called on the EU to shift its focus from rural problems to urban land rights.
Discussing access to land for vulnerable people
Habitat for Humanity EMEA chaired a panel discussion on urban issues at European Development Days 2015 in Brussels, Belgium.
System change to impact the energy efficiency of residential buildings in Bulgaria
Read a summary of the recent advocacy success of Habitat for Humanity Bulgaria which impacted more than 100,000 people through a system change in a large condominium renovation government program.
American volunteers help Roma build houses in Slovakia
In Rankovce, a village in eastern Slovakia, a group of American actors from the New York Dramatic Adventure Theater worked alongside Roma families to help build new homes.
Living the Dream
Read an impact story from Tajikistan, where Habitat Tajikistan has worked with microfinance banks and institutions to create home improvement loans with lower rates and longer repayment periods, to help families live their dream of a decent home.
Energy efficiency in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Have a look at our latest infographics showing benefits of Habitat's REELIH (Residential Energy Efficiency for Low Income Households) project in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Habitat's vision:
a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

Residential energy efficiency
More than 30 percent of energy in Europe and Central Asia is consumed by households. Can we save energy in our homes?

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