Housing as a Shared Responsibility: A Look into the Rebuilding Marawi Project on #WorldHabitatDay

Having a stable home is now, more than ever, a matter of survival. The Rebuilding Marawi through Community-Driven Shelter and Livelihood project is not only building houses but uplifting the lives of internally displaced people through the power of communities and collaboration. This #WorldHabitatDay, everyone behind the Rebuilding Marawi initiative joins the rest of the world in recognizing housing as more than just infrastructure but a catalyst for health and other fundamental rights! #Housing4All #NotJustARoof

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