Mission Vision
    A world where everyone has decent place to live.
    Mission Statement
    Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
    Mission Principles
    1. Demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ.
    2. Focus on shelter.
    3. Advocate for affordable housing.
    4. Promote dignity and hope.
    5. Support sustainable and transformational development.
    History
    1997    Registered as National Organization
    2005    Transitioned as a branch office of HFHI
    2005    Signed General Agreement with the GoN in June
    2006    Signed the Project Agreement (First)
    2006    Introduction of Cost- Effective Housing Technology
    2007    Signed the Project Agreement (Second)
    2010    General Agreement Renewed
    2011    Signed the Project Agreement (Third)
    Habitat for Humanity Nepal

    Strategy of HFHN
    1. Be a catalyst in adding ‘housing’ as another product to microfinance in line with Save & Build in Stage so that more families can be enabled with affordable, simple and decent housing.
    2. Work in partnership with communities through the promotion of innovative technology and traditional knowledge.

    Vision of HFHN
    HFHN invites to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from Nepal, and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. HFH invites people from all walks of life to work together in partnership to help 100,000 people in more than 1,000 communities with safe, decent, affordable shelter.
    Score Card

    Total number of families served by HFH-Nepal: 50,000 above
    Family Served - Construction (from April to June, 2012): 1,739
    Family Served (HSS) - Non- Construction (from April to June, 2012): 513
    Family Served: Disaster Response (from April to June, 2012): 461

    Awards
- HFH Nepal won the 2007 Clarence Jordan Award from Habitat for Humanity International's Board of Directors for promoting cost-effective bamboo in its housing programs.

    - Habitat for Humanity Nepal was recognized with two awards during Asia Pacific Leadership conference held in Manila, Philippines in September 2009 (above). HFH Nepal won the Koinonia award for it's partnership with the UN-ERSO Housing Microfinance Partnership and an Honorable Mention of "The 2009 Millard Fuller Award" - Bamboo-Based Permanent Housing for Disaster Response Capacity.

    - The competition held by INBAR globally HFH Nepal was awarded Honorable mention for Shelter Category

Outstanding volunteers for HFHN have been awarded with Nehemia Awards in 2011:
- Rabindra Adhikari- Program Coordinator for Poverty reduction, Lekhnath
Municipality, Nepal

- Mahendra Kumar Giri, Executive Director, Sahara Nepal

- Yogendra Mandal, Founder, Jeevan Bikash Samaj, Nepal

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