Mithu and her son, Som both lost their homes to the devastating Nepal earthquakes in 2015. In April 25th and May 12th, 2015, devastating earthquakes with recorded magnitudes of 7.8 and 6.8, respectively, hit Nepal leaving more than 8,790 people dead and around 22,300 injured. Mithu and her husband. Mithu’s son, Som, and his family. […]
21 year old Cambodian Sophorn is the single father of Phanha, his 3-year-old daughter. After his wife passed away in 2014, they moved in with Sophorn’s parents and siblings.
Chameli’s family home was reduced to a pile of rubble after the 2015 Nepal earthquakes.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Habitat for Humanity Australia mobilised 170 volunteers from 15 teams of corporate volunteers to renovate women’s refuges and transitional accommodation in Sydney.
June 15 marks Nature Photography Day which celebrates the amazing souls who are able to capture nature’s beauty in the eye of a camera. In honour of this day, here is a compilation of some breathtaking pictures taken by our volunteers.
In March this year, myself (Jordan Green) and four other Arup Australasia staff members took part in a Habitat for Humanity Australia build in Nuwakot, Nepal. As an organisation, Arup has been working with Habitat for more than 12 years in Australia and abroad to build stronger communities. We found ourselves in Nepal through Arup’s […]
Meet Adam Crews, the man behind many of our amazing photos! Adam has been on two builds overseas to Indonesia and Nepal, and is going on his third in Vietnam later this year.
Habitat for Humanity Australia has entered into an exciting new sponsorship agreement with ANSA Homes to help families in need across the Asia Pacific. For every home ANSA builds, they are donating funds to Habitat for Humanity Australia, to build a home for a family in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Bangladesh. ANSA, which builds throughout South […]