Get Warm Homes/REELIH
Get Warm Homes is the title of a project delivered by Habitat for Humanity and USAID Residential Energy Efficiency for Low Income Households (REELIH). It aims to improve living standards in multi-unit apartment buildings in Eurasia and has projects in Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. It focuses on developing a regional effort, resources and networks to address the impact of rising energy prices on collective housing.
The project includes the involvement of all stakeholders who promote, create, finance and directly implement energy efficiency projects. A range of resources are available to inform policy and practice in Armenia and countries in South East Europe, including advice, information and interventions for residential energy efficiency interventions to address energy poverty in low income households.