Project / 1st Quarter 2022

Homes built by homeowners in Sri Lanka

Thushanthini outside her home built with compressed stabilised earth blocks in Sri Lanka < > < > < >

Habitat for Humanity promotes innovative construction materials and technologies through multi-year partnerships such as the 14-million-euro (USD15.8 million) Homes not Houses project funded by the European Union in Sri Lanka. Featuring a homeowner-driven approach, about 45 per cent of the homes were built with innovative, sustainable and low-carbon construction technologies and materials, such as compressed stabilised earth blocks or CSEBs.

By the completion of the project in mid-June 2021, more than 2,370 conflict-affected families were able to resettle and rebuild their lives and future through sustainable housing and community economic development. Through ...

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