How Solid Ground is improving access to land in Honduras

Progress Updates in Honduras: Our Journeys to Housing and Shelter

July 29, 2017

Your efforts have impact! A decade ago, the housing crisis in Honduras looked insurmountable. Although the country’s Constitution establishes housing as a human right, it’s

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Providing Stability and Better Futures for Our Children: José and Martha, Santa Cruz

July 29, 2017

For a long time, José and his wife, Martha, struggled to figure out the path to homeownership. In Santa Cruz, land is in high demand and

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Municipal Policies Change Lives: Telma and Milady, Cane

July 29, 2017

Cane was among the first cities in Honduras to partner with Habitat and other nonprofits, citizens, community groups and private businesses to fashion housing policy. “We

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Transforming Communities with Stable Housing: Germán, Santa Cruz

July 29, 2017

This development is a very big deal in Santa Cruz, where land is in high demand and short supply. Before, properties that came on the market

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Keeping Families Together: Fanny and Fredy, Puerto Cortės

July 29, 2017

Strong and stable homes help build strong and stable communities. This is the reason that Puerto Cortės was among the first cities in Honduras to join

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Safety from Storms: Estella, Puerto Cortės

July 29, 2017

Puerto Cortės was among the first cities in Honduras to work with Habitat Honduras and other partners to adopt a housing policy aimed at helping citizens

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A Major Milestone Sets the Path Forward

November 3, 2016

After more than two years of intensive advocacy, policy discussions, knowledge sharing, tense negotiations, logistical nightmares, and a push for the inclusion of multiple stakeholders, a

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Lucky Number 2(7)

September 9, 2016

Forty years ago, Habitat for Humanity was founded in rural Georgia, a state in the Southeast United States. The organization was founded on the belief that

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Changing local land policies at a national scale in Honduras

June 22, 2016

Honduras, a Central American country with a population of over 8 million people, is one of the least urbanized countries in Latin America. However, it is

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Changing municipal housing policies in Honduras

March 6, 2016

Although Honduras is one of the least urbanized countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, it has one of the highest urban growth rates in the region. The effects of such urbanization are glaring...

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