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A Habitat for Humanity project providing clean, gender-specific toilet facilities and hygiene awareness training is transforming the lives of school girls in northern Bangladesh.
Earlier this month Habitat for Humanity Victoria handed over the keys to two houses to their properties in Yea, making it over 60 houses that have welcomed new owners.
Sopheap lives with his wife, Tum, and their 3 month old daughter in Cambodia. While Tum looks after their daughter, Sopheap works as a construction worker, earning around $100 AUD a month. However, work is sporadic and his income varies month to month. “In a month, I can only work 7 to 15 days,” Sopheap […]
This post was taken from Habitat for Humanity International. There are many ways of measuring and categorizing poverty — and no simple, unified definition.
With no collateral, credit history or access to formal financial institutions, the majority of families living in poverty are “unbanked” and unlikely to qualify for traditional banking services. This means that no matter how hard they work, it is almost impossible for families in developing communities to build a brighter future.
Download the Project Completion Report for better Water, Sanitation and Hygiene services in Northern Bangladesh.
This July from 16 to 19, 152 volunteers from Grant Thornton will participate in a four-day build in collaboration with 13 households to build new houses in Quang Nam Province.