Habitat for Humanity Indonesia aims to solve housing problems on a certain scale, increase awareness of safe, affordable and decent housing. For this reason, Habitat Indonesia seeks to reach more parties through the “Market Development” program, creating a framework for collaboration with governments, private companies, non-profit organizations, and voluntary groups. Habitat Indonesia through its “Market Development” program plans to mobilize Rp. 3 billion on a micro scale until 2020 in order to help 24,200 families obtain livable housing with sanitation facilities, toilets, and access to clean water. In February 2017, Habitat Indonesia began an institutional review and due diligence of the microfinance institution, KOMIDA (Koperasi Mitra Dhuafa), where both organizations that signed an official agreement in April 2017. This is a milestone in realizing the Habitat Indonesia target to improve its services in providing access to habitable housing. Until December 2017, Habitat Indonesia and KOMIDA have successfully launched a pilot project and began providing microfinance loans in 5 (five) regional offices in 4 (four) districts: Karawang, Cianjut, Bogor, and Subang. The project has received positive responses from KOMIDA members because of its usability in assisting its members in renovating houses. In addition, to get access to loans to build clean water facilities and improve public toilets, KOMIDA members also benefit from the technical design and support of Habitat Indonesia which provides clean water and sanitation projects for its members. Habitat Indonesia also cooperates with the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (Ministry of PUPR) by signing a Memorandum of Understanding on August 23, 2017 at Diponegoro University. Habitat Indonesia actively participates in public discussions related to the company’s microfinance as a speaker at the IV Indonesia Microfinance Conference in March 2017 in Jakarta.