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1952, as Foundation for Cooperative Housing -- Fondation de logements coopératifs. Used the title CHF International, from 1998, although was incorporated in the State of New Jersey (USA) as 'Cooperative Housing Foundation'. Present name adopted, 2012.
Be a catalyst for long-lasting positive change in low- and moderate-income communities around the world, helping them to improve their social, economic and environmental conditions. Address development issues in 5 key areas while integrating a range of critical cross-cutting themes that encourage community involvement and ensure long-term, sustainable and holistic solutions, including: economic development; development finance; emergency response and transition; governance and civil society, community infrastructure, housing and services. Cross-cutting themes include: enhancing peace and stability; participatory action for community enhancement; HIV/AIDS and global health; gender; investing in youth; environment.
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