Ethiopia Partnership with Twin Cities Habitat For Humanity

Twin Cities Habitat’s newest tithe partnership is with Habitat for Humanity Ethiopia. This connection makes sense since nearly half of the families that have purchased Twin Cities Habitat homes in recent years have their roots in Ethiopia. Perhaps the biggest challenge many Ethiopians face in terms of housing right now is having access to safe, clean drinking water and proper sanitation facilities.

That’s why Twin Cities Habitat’s tithe dollars are being directed to a WaSH (water, sanitation and hygiene) program that will connect 1,120 people to clean water and communal toilets. 

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Experience

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Ethiopia Facts

90% 

of Ethiopia’s urban homes are poorly built and dangerous for kids to live in.

 

90% 

of Ethiopia’s urban homes are poorly built and dangerous for kids to live in.

 

90% 

of Ethiopia’s urban homes are poorly built and dangerous for kids to live in.

 

90% 

of Ethiopia’s urban homes are poorly built and dangerous for kids to live in.

78% 

of Ethiopia’s 85 million people live on $2 a day.

44% 

of Ethiopians don’t have access to safe drinking water.

60% 

of Ethiopians don’t have access to adequate sanitation facilities.