Carter Work Project Families- Six Months Later

Check in with Carter Work Project families in Cambodia and other Mekong countries to see how their lives have changed in the six months since the big build last November! Just click on this link: http://www.habitat.org/asiapacific/pdfs/Six_Months_Later.pdf

Local University Students Win Low-Income House Design Competition

Mr. Non Limhout and Ms. Chao Kankanika, architect students from Pannasastra University in Cambodia, won the first-ever Samakum Teang Tnaut Student Workshop Low-Income House Design Contest on 4 March. Students from three universities competed in this…Read More

Calling all photographers: Habitat for Humanity’s flagship publication opens photo contest with chance to win a volunteer trip to Nepal.

Habitat for Humanity’s quarterly magazine Habitat World is sponsoring a photo contest Feb. 1-April 11. The magazine seeks photos that demonstrate the deep need for housing solutions and illustrate Habitat’s life-changing work around the world. Official…Read More

More than Houses!

Lyda Ngin just posted a photo to your cause, Habitat for Humanity Cambodia (http://apps.facebook.com/causes/260473?m=3340150a): Thanks, Lyda Ngin Umm More than house! (http://media.causes.com/714024?m=3340150a) Stop receiving emails from the cause…Read More

Former US President Jimmy Carter and Mrs. Carter Visit New Life Community

Nobel Peace Laureate and former US President Jimmy Carter and Mrs. Rosalynn Carter joined His Excellency Sok An Deputy Prime Minister of Cambodia and Madam for the inauguration of the New Life Community last Saturday in Oudong, Kandal Province. Read Philip…Read More

Build Day Four- Topping it Off!

HFH Cambodia is well on our way to building 21 houses in just 5 days thanks to our over 250 volunteers. Spirits are high as the roofs go up. Read all the highlights…Read More

Celebrity Sightings in Cambodia!

Day One of the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project was a success! Our volunteers were excited when 9 local Khmer celebrities joined the build to lend a hand. Read more about Day One highlights…Read More
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