The annual event aims for 1,000,000 young people in 15 countries to build homes and speak out on substandard housing issues.
As the official charity partner of City of Sydney’s New Year’s Eve 2015, we are excited to announce our new campaign, Building Hope 2016.
In Cambodia, there are over 70,000 people living with HIV/AIDS and many face daily challenges around accessing housing and basic services.
Tom Southern, CBRE Pacific Executive Chairman, traveled to Nepal to volunteer on our disaster recovery efforts in Kavre, Nepal. Here, he shares with us his Global Village experience first hand…
On World Toilet Day last week, several events were held in locations around Bangladesh where we are currently running our Water and Sanitation Project.
Habitat for Humanity Victoria handed over three new homes to our partner families in Drouin.
Climate change is hitting the world’s poorest communities first, and hardest.
International Program Manager for South Asia, Sophie Cooke share why World Toilet Day is important and why we need to start talking about it
Across the Asia Pacific region, there are many families who may never know the warmth and safety of an adequate, secure home. In some of the poorest communities, children are destined to remain trapped in poverty, simply because their parents struggle to provide them with food, shelter and education. Please donate today.
Download Habitat for Humanity Australia’s Annual Report report for the year ended 30 June 2015