Habitat Latin America: Santa Ana, El Salvador

Eight month-old Felipe Salazar lives with his parents Jose (pictured) and Aida, in a home in the Charlotte Model Community, which Habitat for Humanity El Salvador started developing in June 2007. The community, which was named to honor Habitat El Salvador's primary affiliate partner in the project, will provide land, housing, basic infrastructure (water, electricity, and sewage treatment), streets with sidewalks, green areas, a daycare and community center to 60 low-income, landless families.  © Habitat for Humanity International/Ezra Millstein
Santa Ana, El Salvador, May 20, 2009

Eight month-old Felipe Salazar lives with his parents Jose (pictured) and Aida, in a home in the Charlotte Model Community, which Habitat for Humanity El Salvador started developing in June 2007. The community, which was named to honor Habitat El Salvador's primary affiliate partner in the project, will provide land, housing, basic infrastructure (water, electricity, and sewage treatment), streets with sidewalks, green areas, a daycare and community center to 60 low-income, landless families.  

© Habitat for Humanity International/Ezra Millstein