INHAF is an Indian non-profit network, established in 1999, for collaborative thought, knowledge sharing and joint action amongst civil society,
professionals and institutions in the human settlements field.
We seek to contribute to the shaping of socially just, economically productive, culturally vibrant, politically participatory, inclusive, gender balanced and environmentally sustainable cities and human settlements.
INHAF is committed to improving the lives of the marginalised in urban and rural areas by studying the impact of development policies, and programs; building the role of professional education and strengthening the value of non-governmental actors in bringing about change.
Professionals, civil society and government partners have participated in INHAF’s webinar series
Joint partnerships initiated pan-India across our focus areas
Initiatives undertaken to build strategic ideas for improving the lives of the poor
A Tribute to the Celebrated Architect Balkrishhna Doshi by One of his Old Students - Kirtee Shah
Practice of Architecture and Relevance of Laurie Baker in Contemporary Professional practice and Sectoral Challenges