HABITAT for Humanity Fiji's project to construct 120 homes for Tropical Cyclone Evan victims living in West squatter settlements is its disaster response to the squatter cluster system.
Director Masi Latianara said the group signed a memorandum of understanding with the government to build the homes for the informal settlers.
"As part of the MOU with the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development, we were able to do this project as a response to the Fiji Shelter Cluster," he said.
"As the whole cluster system goes, there is a different cluster for every sector; for example, there's a cluster system for the health sector, for the education sector and also housing.
"So for each of these sectors, when there is a disaster, they all have disaster response plans and these are activated when they all come together and plan what to do."
Mr Latianara said they partnered government to rebuild informal settlement homes that were destroyed during last year's cyclone.
"In total, we're building 120 homes and each home has been designated to a particular family.
"NZAID donated $750,000 for the project and part of that was used to build the prefabrication projects of each home.
"Each home takes about a day and a half to complete."
The group has been at Legalega settlement in Nadi building five homes that are expected to be completed next month.