Makeover for Yerevan
Since gaining independence in 1991, housing stock of Yerevan underwent little visible maintenance. Renovating their deteriorating homes is a challenging task that the homeowners, supported by HFH Armenia's project, have decided to take on.
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Meeting Point on Social Housing in Vienna
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In conjunction with World Habitat Day, Habitat for Humanity International released its 2016 Shelter Report
Habitat for Humanity's 2016 Shelter Report focuses on the need for gender equality in land rights
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Makeover for Yerevan

Armenia’s capital city is a testimony to its Soviet past. There has been little visible maintenance giving Yerevan a sense that it’s a place in need of a makeover.