I now have a lot more time to study
Lives of people living in Bakel Village in Finote Selam, western Ethiopia changed dramatically in early February with the inauguration of a water reservoir project with eight communal water points.
New mortgage crisis looming over Central and Eastern Europe?
A decade ago, banks offered Hungarians, Poles, Romanians and Croats mortgages in Swiss Francs. Now, with currency’s uncoupling from the Euro, the homeowners are likely to face defaulting on their mortgages.
Five years after the 2010 Haiti earthquake
Read about the progress Habitat for Humanity has made over the past five years since the 2010 earthquake in Haiti left 1.5 million people homeless.
Doing good to feel good
Studies show that doing something good is good for you and there's nothing more inspiring than do to something meaningful. Choosing a volunteer experience to stretch muscles and learn new skills might be the right step forward.
Corporate volunteering: building teams and change
Why volunteer as a company? It can raise company's profile, strengthen relationships within the team and boost company profile. This year, more than 200 people from six companies volunteered with Habitat in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Habitat calls for increased decent housing in Zambia
Currently, Zambia reports a shortage of 2.8 million housing units. Habitat is urging the government in Zambia to come up with policies that increase access to decent accommodation among the poor.
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