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Workers with Habitat for Humanity help build a new home for the Abdi family in Peoria, who moved in last year. /Submitted photo

By Philip Haldiman | Independent Newsmedia

Last year, the Abdi family helped build the three bedroom Peoria home they live in today with some help from Habitat for Humanity of Central Arizona.

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Selamawit Abdi, a single mom of two children, wanted to have a home in a safe neighborhood where her children could play and ride their bikes. But she was unable to get loan approval for a home.

So Habitat for Humanity of Central Arizona was able to fill that gap, partially due to funding through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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