In Battambang as part of our land rights project we are working to increase awareness of the issues around land tenure security in Cambodia.
June 1 marks Global Day of Parents. To celebrate, we are taking a look at some of the amazing parents around the world who work tirelessly to provide the best for their families, despite the difficult conditions or situations they may face.
4,900,000 people are living with HIV in Asia and the Pacific.
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.
International Program Manager, Bernadette Bolo-Duthy talks about the importance of celebrating the contribution of women this International Women’s Day
Imagine raising a young family in a house made of nothing but palm leaves, with no clean water, sanitation or a locking door.
Habitat volunteer Sue Rowsell travelled to Cambodia last year to build a home for a family affected by HIV/AIDS.
The plight of those struggling to afford rental accommodation is leading to ever greater demand for social housing. Alternative financing arrangements such as group collateral, used in some of the poorest countries in our region, may be something we can learn from.
When Habitat for Humanity Australia Ambassador, Angela Catterns, first met Njor, it was in the slums of Phnom Penh in Cambodia. Njor lived with her children and elderly father in the only place she could afford: a small, poorly built shack.
Australians who visit or volunteer in orphanages overseas are at risk of being ripped-off and are fuelling a thriving new industry that is exploiting children.