Home is where the start is

POTENTIAL A recent survey of Sacramento Habitat homeowners reveals that 76 percent have seen improvement in study habits and school.
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EDUCATION “Habitat gave me a stable place to live,” says Mary Zar.
“Once I had that, everything else could change.”

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HEALTH Children living in Habitat homes in Malawi were 44 percent less likely to contract malaria and respiratory diseases.
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OPPORTUNITY A decent home is a new beginning where life lessons take root and promise takes flight.
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STABILITY Ninety percent of homeowners in a 44-city U.S. survey said they could not have owned a home without help from Habitat.
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A future without limits
“Since we got this house, everything is changed,” says Habitat Toronto homeowner Mensur Mohammed.

Having a goal, a plan, and not giving up
“If I can start where I started and become a lawyer, other children can use the same tools I learned
from Habitat and shoot for the stars,”
says Antonia Cuffee.