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.
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.
Severe flooding and torrential rain in Sri Lanka has destroyed more than 3000 homes, and displaced more than 50,000 families. Particularly for those without access to safe shelter and proper sanitation, recovery after a disaster is incredibly difficult.
Habitat for Humanity Sri Lanka is responding in Kalutara Province, providing transitional shelters and water and sanitation kits to families displaced by the flooding. These critical supplies allow families to start rebuilding their lives after a disaster.
The Syrian Refugee crisis has resulted in a large influx of people into neighbouring countries. Habitat for Humanity New Zealand’s work in the region is in Lebanon, and in partnership with Habitat for Humanity Lebanon.
The project ensures that families not living in refugee camps are living in hospitable and safe structures, through work like the construction of room partitions, and through the supply of bedding and other basic necessities, and sometimes through the rehoming of families.
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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.