Habitat for Humanity International in South Africa Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

In March 2006, Larry English, Director of Design and Innovation program for Habitat for Humanity Africa and the Middle East, reflecting on a large development project in Durbin, which stalled. Despite the attention of the world, led by former President Jimmy Carter, the local capacity to undertake the project was limited. English asked whether the partnership with the private, non-profit real estate company is credible, and whether they can be made without prejudice to the Habitat mission to focus on the very poor. "Hide
by Arthur I Segel, Nicholas P. Retsinas, Nelson Hioe Source: Harvard Business School 22 pages. Publication Date: November 29, 2006. Prod. #: 207016-PDF-ENG

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