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Despite economic improvements in Mozambique, many residents struggle to find decent housing. Since it began work in the country five years ago, Habitat has built 52 houses with families in need. Photo by Kim MacDonald. Additional photos illustrate substandard housing in Honduras (top) and Clarkdale Miss., Photographed by Denise Muschel and Steffan Hacker respectively.
 

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