Housing for All: Dignity and Partnership

 

We take a closer look at how #Housing4All promotes alliances and initiatives that help improve future resilience of cities and communities. In post-conflict Marawi, we see these alliances through the eyes of Maranaos as they actively speak up about their right to adequate housing and collectively raise the dignity of their community post-devastation. 
To know more about our Rebuilding Marawi Through Community-driven Shelter and Livelihood Project, visit https://www.facebook.com/RebuildingMarawi
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