Natural disaster, disease, lack of employment and political unrest are just a few of the factors that leave individuals, families, towns, villages – even entire regions -- without homes. Today, displaced people around the globe are in desperate need for the safety and security of home.

Approximately 640 million people worldwide are without proper shelter due to poverty, human conflict and natural disaster. The lack of shelter causes millions to die every year from exposure and disease. To learn more about The HabiHut contact us at or
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Bill Clinton announces solar energy commitments in Haiti, including two Habihuts - read the full article here.


GE HabiHut Solar Water Kiosk Presentation See the full presentation here.

The Smithsonian features Habihut's efforts in Kenya Read the full article here.

Daily Nation features HabiHut in World Water Day 2011 Read the full article here.

Big Sky Weekly features HabiHut's efforts in Haiti and Africa Read the full article here.

HabiHut Successfully Pilots Solar Powered Water Kiosk in Kenya Read the full article here.

HabiHut featured in the New York Times Read the full article here.

HabiHut provides Shelter Unit at JP/HRO Camp in Haiti Read the full press release here.

Watch the HabiHut Assembly Video This time-lapse footage shows the assembly process for the HabiHut and also some examples of its strength click here

HabiHut is featured in the Bozeman ChronicleThis wonderfully written article tells the continuing saga of the HabiHut team and their efforts to provide relief where it is most needed - read the full article here.

HabiHut is featured in Montana Quarterly with a great story that illustrates HabiHut's commitment to compassion and the efforts being made to bring the HabiHut to Kenya - read the full article here.

HabiHut forms partnership with ImpactLives to provide innovative shelter solutions for people in need. Partnership brings together team of like-minded people committed to transforming the lives of people worldwide.

HabiHut completes management team. HabiHut has formed a new management and operation team. The structure brings new energy, vision and leadership to help HabiHut expand its reach and impact worldwide.

HabiHut leaders to visit Nairobi. New HabiHut shelter prototypes to be tested and shared with local organizations.

HabiHut is  participating in the World Urban Forum 5 to be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil March 22-26 2010.  The Forum was established by the United Nations to examine one of the most pressing problems facing the world today: rapid urbanization and its impact on communities, cities, economies, climate change and policies.

Habihut will be exhibiting in cooperation with Montana State University and Engineers Without Borders.