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Throughout the United States and across the globe, The Cloudburst Group is working to provide sustainable solutions to challenges related to land, housing, and health.

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Flint, Michigan In Flint, Michigan, we worked with the city government on an ambitious strategy to reshape the delivery of critical homelessness support, home repair services, and youth recreation services…
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ELAP_ELTAP_IE In Ethiopia, we are working with USAID to evaluate the impact on food security, productivity and improved livelihoods of a series of land certification programs…
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 Tower Bridge Sacramento In Sacramento, we introduced market-based, place-based comprehensive community development plans to improve the city’s strategic utilization of HUD Community Development Block Grant funds…
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Cloudburst’s Judy Perlman in Shelterforce, the National Housing Institute’s Blog

“FACT: Rates of homelessness in the U.S. remained essentially unchanged between 2008-2012. This is surprising indeed, especially against the backdrop of a recession that had its origins in the housing market, and in which tens of thousands of homeowners lost […]

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Research and Solutions from Cloudburst at the World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty

At the 2016 World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty last week—the most important event of the year for influencing policy and programming in the land sector—The Cloudburst Group presented our research and solutions for addressing one of the pressing global development […]

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Cloudburst Works with HUD and New Orleans on Lessons Learned Ending Veteran Homelessness

In June 2014, First Lady Michelle Obama launched the Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness by the end of 2015. In New Orleans, Mayor Mitch Landrieu assembled a broad public-private partnership in a committed and very public effort to achieve this ambitious goal. The Cloudburst Group, working with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Mayor Mitch Landrieu and community leaders, has documented how the City of New Orleans met the Mayors Challenge – a full year early.

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