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 is the best thing about working for Heifer Peru? A: It is "impacting Peru's society and seeing people's attitudes change as they become guardians of the country's diversity."
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.
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.