In Rotan, Indonesia we are working with a community of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) to provide safe and decent shelter.
Baby Animals front woman, Suze DeMarchi says a special thank you to our volunteers that have signed up for Rock the House!
In Indonesia, your support is helping displaced families have a much needed fresh start.
Habitat for Humanity and Baby Animals are sending 300 volunteers to Indonesia to build 25 homes for families in need.
WHY YOGYAKARTA? Yogyakarta is known as the soul of Indonesia. Habitat works in the foothills of ‘Yogya,’ transforming bamboo shelters without access to water or electricity into safe and functioning homes for families in need.
In Yogyakarta, our program supported by Boral, is empowering community members to identify, understand and raise awareness of the vulnerabilities they face related to shelter and natural disasters.
In Bitung, Indonesia we are working with Internally Displaced Persons to gain access to safe housing and secure tenure.
As part of our Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) Resettlement project in Bitung, Indonesia, we’ve installed four solar street lights to create safer communities.
Luke Millar is Habitat for Humanity Australia’s Regional Program Manager for South East Asia. He shares with us his visit to a slum as part of a recent trip to Indonesia.
Over the years, Habitat for Humanity has helped rebuild communities devastated by disasters. Today, on the 5 year anniversary of the Haiti earthquake, we’re looking back at some of the families we’ve helped rebuild. We also revisit families devastated by the Indian Ocean Tsunami 10 years ago.