Q: What has been your most memorable experience while working for Heifer? A: It was when I was in a field orientation in northern Uganda visiting some farmers. The farmers' livelihoods have greatly transformed.
At the heart of Heifer lives our people. People who are changing the world with their talents and passion for ending global hunger and poverty.
Q: What has been the most memorable experience you have had while working at Heifer India? A: I gain satisfaction knowing when I do my job properly, someone who is in need benefits from my efficiency and is able to supply food for her family.
Q: What has been the most memorable experience you have had while working at Heifer Albania? A: Heifer's uniqueness and the two most wise and caring persons I've met in my life, my country and program directors.
Q: What has been the most memorable experience you have had while working for Heifer? A: The day we placed the first batch of goats and sheep with women farmers, who have never owned animals in their lifetime.
Q: What attracted you to work for Heifer? A: I wanted to gain more experience and contribute my experience to financial management, grants management and internal control activities.
Q: What has been the most memorable experience for you with Heifer? A: I love meeting the kids who come to the Learning Centers. I like to let kids pet me, and I?ll even give sloppy ?kisses? if I?m feeling charming! My greatest memory is that Overlook Farm got...
Q: What is something about you that we might not know? A: I am a provinciano (or I'm provincial), as they say in Loja, Chazo from Celica. Chazo is a local word meaning a local person who wears a poncho and sombrero and lives in the country.
Q: What is the best thing about working at Heifer Peru? A: Giving people the opportunity to move from a state of exclusion and vulnerability to a state that enables them to live a full and dignified life with the possibility to support other families. The sharing of resources...