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Solid Ground is a global advocacy campaign of Habitat for Humanity to improve access to land for shelter.
From March 25 to 29, 2019 people from around the world will gather in Washington, DC for the 20th annual World Bank Conference on Land
“My parents worked as daily wage laborers at our native Veeranamoor village in Villupuram district. One day, Maestri (another term for contractor) Muniamma came to our
Habitat India has focused on the needs of the Irula tribe. Irulas belong to the Negrito (or Negroid) race and are one of the most marginalized
Today holds significance for many reasons, and rightly so — today is International Women’s Day. With thoughtful intentionality, we chose to launch the first global advocacy campaign of Habitat for Humanity on this exact day two years ago.
Habitat India has focused on the needs of the Irula tribe. Pictured is Chitra and her family, who are all Irula. Irulas belong to the Negrito
If you keep up with our social media channels, you've seen us post quite a bit around the ninth World Urban Forum — or WUF9, which
From February 7-13, 2018 the world will gather in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the ninth World Urban Forum, the world’s premier conference on urban issues. WUF9
Despite the fact that women represent about half of the global population, produce the majority of global food supply, and perform 60% to 80% of the
Solid Ground is a global advocacy campaign of Habitat for Humanity that aims to improve access to land for shelter through four key areas: Secure tenure
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development sets forth 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) designed to eradicate poverty and inequalities by 2030. Together, Women Thrive Alliance and