Shirley and Felisa have a dream: they want a new house and a better life for their families. The Habitat Hypar house is a symbol of that dream. And they are hoping, even working - towards it becoming a reality.
For Analyn and her husband, the thought of having a new house — and a new home — brings so much promise, and they are all the more looking forward to what life has to offer them. For them, this is just the beginning.
Homes open doors to new opportunities. For Rowena and her family, their new home was an unexpected blessing that ushered in the beginning of their new life.
Hope truly isn’t lost. Nanay Honorata waited this long, and it was well worth it.
Sue-Lynn shared her story with us, of how volunteering with Habitat Philippines to help build communities, has transformed her life
Study. Internet. Repeat. Multiply it by four years.
John, who has been living in Habitat’s FTI community for six years now, is the head of the Livelihood Committee, which offers sustainable livelihood projects for the community.
In a few months, EJ will be preparing for the civil engineering board exam and be well on his way of achieving his dream which is to buy his own house someday.
Emman is currently looking forward to earning enough just so that he could establish a business near their home and prepare for his children’s college education.
It is November 6, 2015. What was once a drab, grey construction site is now a vibrant community with green, white and blue houses. Construction workers are now replaced by children and families.