At the end of September, global leaders came together at the UN headquarters in New York to affirm the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that will guide global development efforts through 2030.
It is hard to imagine what it must be like living amid the devastation that has been wrought on countries such as Vanuatu and Nepal in the wake of large scale disasters which destroyed hundreds of thousands of homes, and left many families with nothing.
Habitat for Humanity Australia will be the City of Sydney’s official charity partner for 2015 Sydney New Year’s Eve.
A big thank you to our City2Surf supporters who ran for Habitat yesterday!
One month after a devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal and destroyed hundreds of thousands of homes, Habitat for Humanity will soon start construction of permanent houses.
A USG Boral volunteer team headed to Yea, 120km north of Melbourne in April to share their plastering skills with schoolboy volunteers and together help build a home for bushfire‐affected families.
At Habitat, volunteers are our lifeblood. Without them our work would simply not be possible.
Habitat for Humanity has sheltered more than 1 million families — representing 5 million people in over 70 countries — improve their living conditions since the organisation was founded in 1976.
This Sunday marks the 22nd annual World Water Day. It’s a timely reminder and an opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of access to water, sanitation and hygiene and the effects this has not only on public health, but poverty reduction and economic development.
By Martin Thomas, chief executive, Habitat for Humanity Australia It is hard to imagine what it must be like living amid the devastation that has been wrought on Vanuatu in the wake of one of the most powerful cyclones to hit the Pacific region in modern history.