IN EVERY ISSUE
Habitat for Humanity International CEO JonathanReckford asks “What Will You Build?”
Poets Build in SouthKorea; Habitat Haiti continues to make progress; a Dutch foundation supportsrenovation projects in Central Asia.
Located in New York’sHudson Valley, Habitat Greater Newburghhighlights its community-changing workwith a concert headlined by the legendary Pete Seeger.
ON THE COVER
In this special year-endissue,
sharesa collection of powerfulimages from some of themany places where Habitatis making a difference. Theparticulars of Habitat’s workaround the world differfrom place to place, but thegoal is always the same— the creation of decent,affordable housing.
Photos by Steffan Hacker,Ezra Millstein and Mikel Flamm
E Z R A M I L L S T E I N
THE BIG PICTURE
In this special year-end issue,
sharesa collection o powerul images rom some o themany places around the world where Habitat makesa diference daily.• Facing challenges in Paraguay
• Struggling toward home in Seattle
• Knowing home in Omaha, Neb.
• Rolling up sleeves outside Hong Kong
• Finishing construction in Kyrgyzstan
• Learning and building in North Carolina
• Seeing a diference in Downey, Cali.
• Creating community in Ethiopia
In Kumsangir, Tajikistan,carpenter Misbuhiddin Salimhelps to renovate a Habitat home.Microloans from Habitat Tajikistanallow partner families to winterizetheir dwellings, making them warmerand healthier places to live.