Thinking about volunteering and building in Vietnam? Sarah, our Global Village Coordinator looks back at her first build to Vietnam 5 years ago, and shares why volunteering in this beautiful country is sure to be an experience you won’t forget. Read this article
More than a dozen houses built by Australian volunteers just outside Port Vila in Vanuatu survived intact, despite weathering the full force of Cyclone Pam one month ago. They are among the few houses still standing in the community, amid widespread destruction that has devastated parts of the country. Read this article
TV personalities Adam and Lisa, are generously supporting our work and last November travelled with a team of Australian volunteers to build safe, secure homes in Chitwan Nepal for families living in a slum. 36 houses were constructed in total, with almost 500 volunteers from ten countries donating their time, labour and support. Read this article
Approximately 2,000 volunteers from around the world will pack their tools and take a trip to Nepal in November 2015 for Habitat for Humanity’s 32nd annual Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project. Read this article
Cities across Asia are buckling under an influx of 120,000 new people every day in a mass migration of people from rural to urban areas. The failure to house these people is creating a humanitarian crisis in slow motion, according to a new report.