The Publication of Habitat for Humanity International | February/March 2000
Sometimes It's Hard to Cross the Threshold to Decent Shelter

If Not Now, Then When? Housing Providers Answer the Call

Fair Market Rents Outpace Low Wages

The Widening Income Gap Between the Poor and the Least Poor

Even 'Best Places' Have Housing Needs

Jimmy Carter Work Project Heads North and South

Cover Page

Notes from the Field

Founder's Message




Archive Issues

The publication of Habitat for Humanity® International

Editor: Milana McLead

Associate Editor: Karen Free

Habitat World Online:

Design Concept: Stephen Jesson

Coding: Scot Ninnemann

Graphic Design: Stefan Peterson

Habitat World Magazine:

Editorial Assistant: Stephen Jesson

Contributing Writers: Suzanne Lewis, Joe O'Neill

Art Director: Arthur J. Hightower Sr.

Graphic Designers: Karen Estes, Cynthia Friesen, Debbie Nessamar, Stefan Peterson, Michael Sutton

Contributing Photographers: Robert Baker, Denny Bender, Julie A. Lopez, Kim MacDonald, Dennis Meola, Dean Riggott, J. Griffis Smith, Jay Todd, Peter Wing

Print Supervisor: Mike Chapman

Statement of Purpose: Habitat World is the educational, informational and outreach publication of Habitat for Humanity International. Its purpose is to further the goal of eliminating inadequate and poverty housing as a demonstration of the love of Jesus Christ and to raise awareness of the issues involved in this work throughout the organization and the world community.

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