Our Implementing partners
Zambian Homeless People's Federation
The Zambia Homeless and Poor People’s Federation was set up in 2001 with the support of the Zimbabwean Federation and Dialogue on Shelter as a response to the many challenges that the urban poor grapple with on a daily basis. To date, the movement has a total membership of 48,000 in 42 local municipalities. The Federation consists of families from urban and peri-urban communities, who have mobilized themselves and joined ...
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Akiba Mashinani Trust
The Akiba Mashinani Trust (AMT) is the Muungano Support Trust's (MuST) financial wing. AMT provides innovative, inclusive systems of financing that respond to the social and economic realities of the urban poor and build on the foundation of daily savings at community level. AMT works closely with MuST and Muungano to provide access to sustainable and affordable shelter, infrastructure, and innovative financial and technical solutions to urban and rural poor through community ...
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National Slum Dwellers Federation (NSDF) and Mahila Milan
National Slum Dwellers Federation (NSDF) and its sister organization, Mahila Milan, are the oldest members of the network and have scaled up their activities in numerous cities across India. In Mumbai alone, over 90 buildings have been constructed, providing houses to more than 35,000 families. Additionally, over 300 toilet blocks have been constructed in Mumbai and over 100 in Pune. The entire Indian Federation has over a million members and ...
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