Here is a long article here about a new community in Olympia Washington. It consists of 29 tiny houses for the homeless. It is well written and covers a good deal of the background detail. I think, what they are doing here is great, and thought you might also want to read about it.
I hope that they have left each of the inhabitants a place to grow a little garden. I also hope that many communities use this as an example and set up similar sites.
I have only two suggestions. One is that they put in flooring, or even paint the plywood because it is not easy to keep raw plywood clean. The other is that the build supplemental stairs since it does not look safe or easy to reach the bottom stair on these houses.
On the topic of handouts, yesterday I saw a video which pointed out some very interesting points. I know it looks rather boring, but it isn’t. Contrary to the way it looks it is one of the most interesting videos I have seen on the topic of poverty. It also offers fresh perspective on hand-outs.
(((Clearly this video is done from an American perspective; however, it does not differ in any clear way from Canada that I could see. I am wondering how it differs in other countries, if at all?)))