Jean Pierre Venette belongs to Heifer’s Rural Entrepreneurs for Agricultural Cooperation in Haiti program, or REACH. She and 39 other women work together to promote better crop and animal production while becoming thriving farmers and businesswomen.
When the Peters family lost their son, Collin, they decided they would honor him by gifting sheep to families in need through Heifer. Nearly seven years later, more than $33,000 has been raised to purchase more than 275 sheep.
Throughout November, the month where we celebrate World Toilet Day, we'll be talking about the importance of clean water and proper sanitation in the fight to end hunger and poverty.
Matthew Robert Lee, “Matt," was born in Boone, N.C., and grew up in Ashe County. After working a number of jobs, Matt returned to his love, farming. He started a farm in Ashe County and volunteered with High Country Greenhouses, to develop his own skills as a farmer. When...
Meet Edwin Phiri, Heifer's Proposal Development Manager from Zimbabwe. "The best thing about working at Heifer is seeing the impact of the work we do and how this helps transform poor communities."
Heifer International Malawi Country Director Petronella Halwiindi shares her experience attending and serving on a panelist at The ONE Campaign's AYA Summit in Washington, D.C.
Filiberto Lopez and Josefina Alvarez are part of a project that has given them the resources to plant and harvest their own produce and feed their family health meals. They have learned the importance of sustainable community agriculture in their community.