Losing a home in the event of a disaster leaves families shattered. We respond to disasters and humanitarian emergencies by leveraging our expertise in affordable shelter, sanitation and housing assistance.
Safe, decent shelter provides the platform upon which much of post-disaster assistance is built: health, water, sanitation, livelihoods, safety, education, financial inclusion etc. To support these crucial processes, the Pathways to Permanence strategy places affected families on a path to permanent shelter solutions.
When disaster strikes, our rapid response team does an immediate analysis of the housing needs and provides a humanitarian aid kit to the affected families. The kit helps with basic food needs, water and protection from the ongoing disaster.
Once people begin recovering from the initial loss, we construct transitional shelters using locally available materials, tools and technologies to help families build temporary homes. It provides a safe, secure and healthy living environment.
We work with the government and our corporate partners to build new permanent disaster-resilient homes for affected families. It provides them with a strong foundation to rebuild their lives.
We make systemic efforts to reduce vulnerability in families and their properties in disaster-prone areas. This is supported through our committed, long-term partners.
We build safe and disaster-resistant homes or retrofit improvements on existing houses. This increases the resistance to damage.
Communities are the first to respond when disaster strikes. We conduct training programs to improve their preparedness. This helps them respond effectively and mitigates the impact considerably.
16,94,071 individuals served with Hygiene Kits, Family Essential Kits, conditional cash transfers, behaviour change communication training and by setting up Habitat Care Centres.
52,030 First Responders’ Kits 4546 Humanitarian Aid Kits 239 Conditional Cash Transfer
15,000 First Responders’ Kits 8,443 Humanitarian Aid Kit. 154 disaster resilient homes
37,263 Humanitarian Aid Kits including Emergency Shelter Kits 1,16,956 First Responders’ Kits 338 New Houses and Repairs. 198 Livelihood Support.
Humanitarian Aid Kits to 1100 families
Humanitarian Aid Kits to 3332 families and emergency shelter kits to 1200 families
51 home repairs and 1 community center
Humanitarian aid kits for 7000 families. Homes built and repaired for 671 families and 356 Sanitation Units
Built 83 new homes and 1 community hall
Provided new homes and emergency shelter kits for 1,100 families
Provided new homes and emergency shelter kits for 582 families
Provided emergency kits for 611 families
Provided emergency shelter kits for 1,000 families
Provided emergency shelter kits for 169 families
Built 24 new homes
Worked on 306 new homes and repairs.
Worked on 161 new homes and repairs
Worked on 190 new homes and repairs
Worked on new homes and repairs for 13,1081 people
Built 600 new homes
Built 73 new homes
We are advocating for the widespread implementation of cost effective designs, technologies and construction materials to be more actively used in disaster prone areas.
We are working with the government, and both public and private insurance companies to provide new insurance packages to families in risk prone areas.
We are continuously investing in improving our own knowledge and skills and that of our implementation partners.