Honeybees pollinate more than one-third of the world’s crops and are vital to the food supply. Beekeeping has been in practice in Heifer South Africa’s Blouberg Integrated Food Security and Household Farming Project since 2013.
Shamim Okolloh is a graduate student at the Clinton School of Public Service. She is doing her service project with Heifer Uganda, collaborating with the Mbale Secondary School in eastern Uganda to develop a curriculum that incorporates
Did you know that the United States uses 346 million gallons of fresh water every day? Lets see how we can all work together to save water, and not be a drip. Fix that leaky faucet. One drip a second can waste 2,000 gallons of water per
In the Breaking Out of Poverty video, videographer Dave Anderson captures the heart of the Heifer mission amid the spectacular backdrop of the wildlife and scenic beauty of Tanzania.
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My bags are mostly packed; I'm just up here at headquarters to wrap up a few things and set my out-of-office messages. Tomorrow I leave for a 10-day trip to Peru and Ecuador with CEO Pierre Ferrari, our new Chief Financial Officer Bob Bloom, Vice
Mid morning this morning I read what I consider the most deflating news yet about the crisis in the Horn of Africa: sacks of food aid meant for Somalis dying of starvation are being stolen and sold at nearby markets. From the AP report: In
Name: Ms. Afrina Sagala Title: Program Officer for Heifer Indonesia Location: Northern Sumatra, Indonesia How long have you worked for Heifer? 4 years, 9 months What attracted you to work for Heifer? I was attracted to work for Heifer because of
I'm always surprised when it's Friday here at Heifer. I guess we are so busy throughout the days and weeks, Fridays seem to sneak up on me. Last week's weekly article roundup blog was focused on the famine in Somalia and the devistation that the
We understand that a famine affecting more than 12 million people isn't something that can end quickly. But what we can't understand is why the response to the situation in the Horn of Africa hasn't garnered more attention or why the