A 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on Saturday, 25 April 2015. More than 2,400 people have died as a result of the quake and an avalanche triggered on Mount Everest. Habitat for Humanity is in Nepal.
This urgently needed project will work alongside communities across Fiji to prepare for future disasters. It is the largest project of its type ever conducted in Fiji. By partnering with local communities, Habitat will help themto develop the skills to identify risks and prepare for future storms. They will also ensure communities are equipped with effective building practices to help build homes that are able to withstand tropical storms.
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Every 24 hours Habitat for Humanity completes 115 homes around the world. The needs of all these families are diverse, but so are the Habitat for Humanity solutions. Habitat builds new homes and repairs others. Habitat helps those who have been struck by disaster and partners in international projects to provide communities with shelter, sanitation and a decent place to live. No matter which housing solution, the outcomes are great: a foundation for a better life.
This fund is to support Habitat for Humanity's work in providing shelter across the Pacific. In 2016, Habitat for Humanity successfully built 100 Homes across the Pacific for families in need of shelter.
Habitat for Humanity is committed to helping communities in the Pacific rebuild after storms like Cyclone Winston, as well as to prepare for future disasters.
Habitat for Humanity New Zealand is a not-for-profit organisation that works in partnership with people of goodwill and families in housing need, to eliminate sub-standard housing.