Habitat Ethiopia's Program
For more than 25 years, Habitat for Humanity Ethiopia has been working with low income and vulnerable families to help them move to decent houses, and get access to improved hygiene and sanitation services. In 2016 we launched Disaster Risk Response and Reduction-DR3 Project to assist families who are affected by drought and severe shortage of water. Currently, HFH is implementing its programs in Addis Ababa, Kombolcha, Bahir Dar, Dessie towns and Arsi Negele and Shalla districts in Oromiya Region.
To expand its work in terms of scale and depth and reach more families through housing, water, sanitation and hygiene, Habitat Ethiopia is developing strategic plan. While the strategic plan development is in progress, we take into account the multidimensional poverty challenges in Ethiopia to diversify our interventions and bring about impact at community, sector and societal levels. The key components of the strategic are programs designed to address urgent needs.
Our program help build strength, stability and self-reliance.
Vulnerable Group Housing
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene-WASH
Disaster Risk Reduction and Response
In partnership with other Habitat offices, we mobilize volunteers to work alongside families, to raise awareness on Habitat’s work and create sustainable partnership. Read more…
Saving led Housing Finance
This program Focuses on improving homes for low-income families through self-help saving schemes.
Promotion of Community Development Interventions
The purpose of this program is to enhance Habitat Ethiopia’s participation in national networks, forums and campaigns.
Build project management, leadership capability, and center of excellence
This program mainly focuses on staff development, organizational learning and development.
Habitat Ethiopia works in partnership with people and organizations to mobilize the necessary resources. Habitat Ethiopia’s funding sources include grants, tithe donations, individual contributions, institutions, HFHI unrestricted and restricted funds, and Global Village donations.