Many families in deprived areas face housing crisis. The poor live under bridges, on pavements or train tracks. Many homes are made of mud, thatch, grass or other non-lasting natural materials


Research has shown that one's health is directly linked to housing and housing-related basics such as water and sanitation. Housing provides stability for families and children. It also prevents poverty related diseases such as tuberculosis and diarrhoea.



SCS constructed 8 shelter tins providing temporary housing to over thirty families. We are committed in providing more housing in these deprived areas. 


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