46% of the population are living without access to sanitation; a basic human right. Sophay and her husband Hieng were two of these people.
Access to clean water is essential to a safe and decent place to call home. Over several years we worked in Bangladesh with Habitat for Humanity Bangladesh to improve community access to safe…
Where would we be without our mothers? Here are some inspiring stories of mothers that we work with across the Asia Pacific.
Today marks World Health Day and we are reminded of the impact that safe housing has on health. No one should have to choose between good health and other life necessities.
In Northern Bangladesh, Habitat for Humanity is helping families upgrade existing unhygienic toilets.
Farida and five neighbouring families live in a remote village in Northern Bangladesh, where lack of access to clean water is crucial need.
November 19 marks World Toilet Day, a day to celebrate all things toilet, and to raise awareness about the huge challenges the world still faces in achieving sanitation for all. This year’s theme,…
Imagine if you had no privacy while using the toilet. For Rojina Khatun and her family, this was a daily struggle.
Habitat for Humanity has organised a water and sanitation committee in Northern Bangladesh and is training local facilitators such as Toma, to help raise awareness in the community.
Today marks World Health Day and we are reminded of the impact that safe housing has on health.