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Habitat for Humanity was founded as an international nonprofit organization in 1976. The pilot project for Habitat for Humanity took place in Zaire (now Democratic Republic of Congo) in 1974. Habitat currently builds in more than 25 countries in its Africa and Middle East region. Pictured is a row of recently built Habitat homes in Malawi, a country where Habitat has 18 affiliates working with families to build homes and hope.
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Two billion people around the world live in poverty housing, but Habitat for Humanity International offers families a hand up. Habitat has more than 22 affiliates in its Latin America and Caribbean area and has built over 70,000 homes. Pictured is a Habitat home in Guatemala, the first country where Habitat built in the region in 1979.
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Habitat’s presence in the Asia-Pacific region reaches more than 25 countries. The devastating 2004 earthquake and tsunami affected families in many countries in this region. Habitat has helped thousands of families rebuild communities like the cluster of Indonesian houses pictured.
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Habitat builds in nearly 20 countries in Europe and Central Asia. The home to the left is in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, where 71 percent of its population lives below the poverty line. Habitat is the only organization in the country that provides no-profit, long-term mortgages for homes.
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