DescriptionHabitat for Humanity International (HFHI) is a nonprofit organization that seeks to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from the world and make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action worldwide.Habitat for Humanity works in 80 countries worldwide in Africa, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East, Asia and Latin America.
Habitat for Humanity and USAID established the Residential energy efficiency for low income households (REELIH) project in 2012 and implement it in Armenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Habitat for Humanity and USAID REELIH project aims to improve living standards in multi-unit apartment buildings in Eurasia. It focuses on developing a regional effort, resources and networks to address the impact of rising energy prices on collective housing. REELIH project with the financial help of USAID seeks to demonstrate that integrated efforts at the regional as well as the national level, addressing market, capacity and knowledge gaps, will bring significant improvements to the living conditions of low-income families in the Eurasian region, reduce energy costs, reduce carbon emissions, and thus overall, contribute with tangible changes to the ongoing dialogue and reform process.