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Executive Assistant and Office Manager wanted!

The Executive Assistant and Office Manager’s primary responsibility is to provide direct administrative support to the ND, manage and supervise the office operations and activities. He/she works closely with the Director of Finance and Administration (DFA) to ensure the smooth operation of all finance matters. He/she performs administrative, office management and coordination duties and ensures the installation of appropriate systems and tools for the team. 

Direct impact on people's lives

Habitat volunteers take a huge part in the construction works, they are not only building homes, but also communities. Joe Cross, husband and father of two kids, and one of the most engaged expat volunteers in Hungary told us about his motivation in volunteering.

European Union-funded housing project commences in Killinochchi, Mullativu and Batticaloa

2,455 families to benefit from the house building component of a Euro 14 million grant

We live under undignified conditions

World Habitat Day 2016


Our Programs

Housing First program


Second Chance program




Annual report about housing poverty

Since 2011, Habitat for Humanity Hungary compiles its annual report on the housing poverty situation in Hungary. The aim of this publication is to give a picture of the situation based on available data and information, about the current problems, processes and trends, and also to evaluate the policy measures taken in that year from the aspect of housing poverty. This document, prepared on the basis of comprehensive data collection and with the involvement of experts, informs the public opinion and it is a reference basis for experts and decision makers dealing with housing and housing policy. Our annual report shows which are the gravest problems in housing in Hungary; what kind of trends took place in the last few years, and how effectively the given reactions can address these problems.

Online game reveals injustice

We criticized in our stataments the new housing policy measures of the government, which are mostly available for wealthier classes and support ownership.

Habitat for Humanity Hungary has drawn attention public attention to the injustice of the housing subsidy system with an online game called "Smart Housing". We continue to emphasize in our annual reports that people living in housing poverty are getting much less from the central budget to improve their circumstances, while there is much more funds spent on the promotion of property purchase by wealthier households.

The game allows players to choose characters with different income and backgrounds, and then experience what forms of help would be available to them for their housing. At the end of the game the distribution of funds and the comparison of different characters makes it obvious: it is usually those in a better financial and housing situation that are given more benefits. The game has got a great press coverage, it has been featured on television, in radio interviews and on the front pages of several websites. 2500 persons played the game in the month of its launch.

Tens of thousands live in homelessness and there is a growing number of families living at rik of losing their homes in Hungary. Habitat Hungary believes that in this situation the government should prioritise targeted support for those living in housing poverty, for example by increasing the number of social rental opportunities and benefits helping poor families pay their housing cost.

What do we raise our voice for?

Today, approximately 1.5 million people live in housing poverty in Hungary!