The latest issue of Heifer's magazine World Ark came out a few weeks ago, but we've had so many other things going on with Social Justice Day, our International Women's Day series, and updating you about our history of working in Uganda, that we forgot to tell you about the other great stories we have. Donna featured Roseline Jean Pierre last week, but Katya Cengel's article on Haiti takes a closer look at our work there in villages around the island country, particularly with the coastal village of La Savane where Heifer has provided fishermen with boat motors so that Haitian fishermen can reach the fish populations outside the bay that has fallen victim to pollution and overfishing.Frank Bures also takes a look at how Kenyans are coping with the rising cost of living, while Dr. Stephen Smith also tackles what is driving the cost of food prices up, and the subsequent effects on the poor.

Take a look at our online edition for all other features like book reviews and donor stories, too. And be on the look out for our next issue, due out in May.

Author

Annie Bergman

Bergman is a Global Communications Manager for Heifer and helps plan, assign and develop content for the nonprofit’s website, magazine and blog. Bergman has interviewed survivors of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, beekeepers in Honduras, women’s groups in India and war widows in Kosovo in her six years at Heifer. Bergman received her bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature from the University of Tulsa in Oklahoma and a master’s degree in Australian Aboriginal Studies from the University of Melbourne in Australia. Her hobbies include hiking, golfing, cooking, reading and walking her dogs.