Preliminary event – India

6th – 7th July 2017 | New Delhi

In addition to the event in New Delhi, Habitat for Humanity India will also host preliminary discussions throughout the country:

Dialogue on Financial Challenges and Opportunities under ‘Housing for All’

Date: 31st January 2017
Venue: Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
Habitat for Humanity India brought together stakeholders from different sectors such as government, banks, NGOs, academic institutions, housing finance corporations and MFIs to deliberate on ‘Financial Challenges and Opportunities under Housing for All’.

Corporate Social Responsibility Dialogue – ImPact Vidharbha

Date: 18th March 2017
Venue: Vidarbha Industries Association Auditorium, Nagpur (Maharashtra)
Collaborating with corporate partners in the development of the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra through the ImPact 50-50 strategy that provides improved housing, sanitation and livelihood opportunities for low-income, marginalized families.

The Event is held in partnership with the Vidarbha Industries Association.

Drawing a Sanitation Agenda – Vision 2020: Impacting 2 Million Families under the Sensitise to Sanitise Coalition

Date: 20th – 21st March, 2017
Venue: The Consortium for DEWATS Dissemination, Bengaluru (Karnataka)
For its second meeting, the Sensitise to Sanitise Coalition is inviting its member organisations to deliberate on achieving a greater impact in the collective mission of eliminating open defecation in India.

Consultation on “Housing for All”

Date: 7th April 2017
Venue: Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
In partnership with the Housing and Urban Development Department, Government of Tamil Nadu, Habitat is organising a consultation to bring together different stakeholders in the context of secure land tenure, increasing housing stock, slum relocation, in-situ development and access to credit towards ensuring affordable housing for all in Tamil Nadu.

Consultation for the Development of North East India

Date: 28th April 2017
Venue: Shillong (Meghalaya)
Held in partnership with the North Eastern Council, Government of India, this event aims to encourage financial inclusion in the areas of housing, sanitation, disaster response, micro insurance, livelihood and skills building. The focus is on the development of North East through:

  • Improved access to banking and credit services
  • Improved livelihood opportunities through skill building
  • Improved priority sector lending

For partnership and sponsorship opportunities, contact:

Sanjay Daswani | sanjayd@hfhindia.org | +91 98200 83267

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About Habitat for Humanity India

A decent home opens the door to improved health, better performance in school, greater economic opportunities and increased community cohesion. Habitat for Humanity India has been a catalyst for such transformations. Anchored by the conviction that housing provides a critical foundation for breaking the cycle of poverty, Habitat India works with low-income, marginalized families to build homes, to provide housing-related services and to raise awareness for adequate housing and sanitation.

Since its inception in 1983, Habitat for Humanity India has touched the lives of over 943,448 people across 20 states. Our long term strategic goal for 2015-20 is to impact the lives of 2.5 million individuals and help them achieve their dream of living in a safe and a decent home.

To know more about us, visit www.habitatindia.in