Within this project called Wesley Way, all the families have since moved into their homes. Their joy is great and they are now a cohesive and supportive community, caroling together at Christmas, enjoying the sun together during the summer. They are happy. http://bit.ly/1aXK22L
As we say farewell to Eoin, our Development Intern, take a look at his reflection of his time here with Habitat. http://bit.ly/1KOZpWl
Today, she tells her story on Habitat’s blog:
“At the moment, many of the locals are still living in temporary settlements. Through Habitat For Humanity, their aspirations will come to reality - that one day, through their own share of hard work, they shall have a decent place to live, a house they can proudly call their own...and make it a home.”
Pictured is Aislinn Hayes from Limerick who said:
"Habitat gives me the opportunity to really make a difference in a physical and safe way, rather than just throwing money at a far away problem. The people of the Philippines have experienced awful tragedy as a result of the recent typhoons; hopefully this trip will give a boost to at least some families and local volunteers over there.”
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The Irish office coordinates all aspects of Habitat for Humanity’s programmes in Ireland, including volunteer recruitment, fundraising and local renovation projects.
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