Our work is divided into four main programs:
This program focuses on assistance to urban and rural poor communities in the planning, design, development and management of their settlements.
This program creates education and training modules and conducts workshops on topics such as community development planning, estate management, disaster risk management, and solid waste management. Under the Education and Training Program is the Young Professionals Program.
This sub-program is a venue for students, academics, and professionals to act and respond to human settlements issues affecting the poor.
This program is in charge of research, popularization and publication of materials on topics such as building laws, alternative building materials, tools for participatory community planning, and processes of land acquisition.
This program is primarily responsible for organizational sustainability, networkbuilding, and advocacy for alternative professional practice.