Press Releases

Monthly press releases about what's going on with Heifer projects and programs.

Heifer International and The ONE Campaign Create Initiative to End Extreme Poverty

LITTLE ROCK, AR

Heifer International and The ONE Campaign share similar missions – fighting to bring an end to hunger and extreme poverty. Now, Heifer and ONE have teamed up to create a unique partnership and initiative to inspire action to create sustainable change.

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Heifer Village Receives “Best of the Best” Landscape Award

LITTLE ROCK, AR

Heifer Village received one of three "Best of the Best" Landscape Awards from the Little Rock City Beautiful Commission. The awards were announced earlier this week.

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Heifer International & World Food Day

LITTLE ROCK, AR

The theme of 2013 World Food Day, “Sustainable Food Systems for Food Security and Nutrition,” is center to our mission at Heifer International every day.

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Heifer Projects in India See Slight Damage from Cyclone; More Flooding Expected

LITTLE ROCK, AR

The cyclone that slammed India’s eastern coast over the weekend caused widespread damage there, but very little damage to Heifer projects, Heifer India Country Director Avni Malhotra reported to Heifer headquarters on Monday.

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Online Workshops to Help Teachers Implement Read to Feed® in Their Classrooms

LITTLE ROCK, AR

Teachers can learn how to effectively implement Heifer International’s Read to Feed® program and connect with other teachers using the resources through new online workshops from October 21, 2013, to February 10, 2014.

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More Heifer Farmers Evacuated in Cambodia

LITTLE ROCK, AR

Another 18 Heifer farmers and their families were evacuated in Prey Veng province, Cambodia, Thursday as flood waters continue to rise.

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Heifer International Farmers Evacuated Amid Flooding in Cambodia

LITTLE ROCK, AR

Flooding in Cambodia near the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers has damaged Heifer farmers' crops and killed some Heifer animals. Heifer continues to monitor the floods.

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Heavy Rains and Flooding affecting Heifer International farmers in Cambodia

LITTLE ROCK, AR

Flooding in Cambodia near the Mekong River and Tonle Sap lake has damaged Heifer farmers' crops and killed some Heifer animals. Heifer continues to monitor the floods.

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All-New Heifer.org Shows Path to Power Over Poverty

LITTLE ROCK, AR

Heifer International—a global development nonprofit focused on ending hunger and poverty—today celebrates the launch of its newly designed website at www.heifer.org. This fresh and compelling communications tool connects all supporters with clear calls to action and infographics that illustrate the impact Heifer programs have on the struggling farmers Heifer supports around the world.

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Heifer International hosts Second Annual "Beyond Hunger: A Place at the Table" to Help End World Hunger and Poverty Honoring Special Guest: Susan Sarandon

LOS ANGELES, August 21, 2013 – Heifer International will host the 2nd Annual “Beyond Hunger: A Place at the Table,” gala event on September 19, 2013 at the Montage Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles.

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