Drawing of a house with a rainbow-colored door

Habitat homes from around the world

As drawn by the children who live there

Stable affordable housing helps children thrive. From around the world, some of the youngest residents of Habitat homes show the beauty and individuality of their houses through hand-drawn illustrations of their unique homes, reminding us the importance of having a safe, reliable shelter in childhood and beyond.

Sherlyn, age 9, Mexico

Kishan, age 9, Nepal

Selina, age 13, Kenya

Maylian, age 5, Mexico 

Elias, age 9, Paraguay

Scarlett, age 8, United States

Jose, age 12, Mexico

Diego, age 8, Paraguay 

Ritu, Nepal

Gilberto, age 7, Mexico

Mara, age 10, Argentina 

Alejandra, age 9, Paraguay

Kyland, age 14, United States

Ashika, age 9, Nepal

Carlos, age 7, Mexico 

Amelia, age 12, United States

Maynor, age 14, Nicaragua 

Sandhya, age 13, Nepal

Angelica, age 9, Mexico

Enmanuel, Nicaragua

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Sherlyn, age 9, Mexico

Kishan, age 9, Nepal

Selina, age 13, Kenya

Maylian, age 5, Mexico 

Elias, age 9, Paraguay

Scarlett, age 8, United States

Jose, age 12, Mexico

Diego, age 8, Paraguay 

Ritu, Nepal

Gilberto, age 7, Mexico

Mara, age 10, Argentina 

Alejandra, age 9, Paraguay

Kyland, age 14, United States

Ashika, age 9, Nepal

Carlos, age 7, Mexico 

Amelia, age 12, United States

Maynor, age 14, Nicaragua 

Sandhya, age 13, Nepal

Angelica, age 9, Mexico

Enmanuel, Nicaragua

Hand-drawn holidays at home

From around the world, children share what their Habitat for Humanity homes mean to them through hand-drawn illustrations of celebrating their favorite holidays.

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