We believe that everybody in the world should have a safe and secure home to live in.
A clean, warm house provides protection from the elements. Physical and emotional health improves when you live in a decent home and this can help to prevent diseases of poverty like HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, diarrhoea, and malaria.
Not having to worry about providing good shelter enables parents to look for employment. Housing can also provide opportunities to generate income by creating home-based small and sustainable businesses. A decent home means that children have a place to study for school and reach their full educational potential.
Communities are built on good housing. Housing contributes to the wellbeing of the whole community and helps to build and sustain social stability and improve educational attainment. Safe homes and neighbourhoods, where residents are satisfied with housing conditions and public services make for a brighter future for all.
We believe that building homes for everyone is the key catalyst in helping to permanently break the cycle of poverty.
Due to lack of resources, rural Tanzania is home to some of the poorest housing conditions across Africa. Our aim is to build houses for the poorest in Tanzania and relieve them of the pressures that they deal with on a daily basis.
Our future aims include building large community housing projects with opportunities for small business, education and community development.