This article originally appeared in The Australian on 1/16/2015.
Creating new ways for low income families to own their own home is critical to tackling Australia’s affordable housing crisis and to reduce the reliance on the Federal Government’s billion dollar rental subsidy program.
Habitat volunteer Sue Rowsell travelled to Cambodia last year to build a home for a family affected by HIV/AIDS.
Recently, Habitat for Humanity Australia partnered with Barnaby to help families in need.
Habitat for Humanity Victoria, with the support of our Foundation Partner QBE, has helped three families build new homes in Crib Point.
2015 promises to be an exciting year for Habitat South Australia.
World-leading building products company USG Boral is partnering with Habitat for Humanity in Victoria to help build homes for families in need.
Australian companies could play a key role in tackling a critical housing crisis across Asia, according to Habitat for Humanity Australia.