The Publication of Habitat for Humanity International | June 2006
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The Fine Line: Habitat tries to strike balance between too little, too much

Peaks & Valleys: Habitat Guatemala is soaring. But there is much, much more to do



Habitat's Good Fortune with Fortune 500 Friend

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Donors Volunteer Time, Money for Gulf Victims

More Than Houses: HOPE


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Habitat homeowner Blanca Camacho and her daughter in front of a substandard dwelling in Guatemala. Camacho's three grown daughters and their children live in a new Habitat house next door.






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