Students in the 6thGrade Class at Memorial Elementary School in Hopedale, Mass., report that one of the most memorable projects from elementary school was Read to Feed®.
Written by Heifer International Regional Program Manager–Americas Anna Ulbrich. Photos by Nadia Todres. Photo copyright Nadia Todres 2011 Heifer International CEO Pierre Ferrari attended the 2011 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI)
Hungry travelers passing through Chicago O'Hare won't be stuck with hotplate Chinese food or plastic-wrapped ham sandwiches anymore. The menu is broadening to include some hyper-local fare, conveniently grown between terminals 2 and 3. Dozens of
Enithe Luxius gives proper credit to her rabbit Jaqomy. Image byGeoff Oliver Bugbee Story by Katya Cengel Enithe Luxius pulls out a smallnotebook inside of which she has charted a family tree. There is Mr. Sedye andGermaine and their descendants
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof (left) greets Heifer International President and CEO Pierre Ferrari at the announcement of Heifer's $18.7 million Haiti commitment during the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting in New York. We got
Image by Geoff Oliver Bugbee Story by Katya Cengel In 2008, Francois Jean Renel received a beautiful chocolate brown cow from Heifer International. I named her Patience because I have a lot of patience with her, he said through a
Marie Jeanne Louissaint and her daughters are happy to trade their old, quake-damaged thatch-roof home for the sturdy new one that Heifer built. Story by Katya Cengel Images by Geoff Oliver Bugbee It takes an hour to reach the community of Ivoire
Video by Geoff Oliver BugbeeWriting, narration by Katya Cengel Learn about Heifer International's innovative projects in Haiti this week as our World Ark team travels the entire country, south to north, to visit projects to help build a
Steve Denne, Heifer International Chief Operating Officer, and Pietro Turilli, Vice President of Central and Eastern European programs, are visiting Heifer projects in Georgia. This post chronicles one day of travels in Georgia's Svaneti
Heifer's mission is to work with communities to end hunger and poverty and to care for the Earth. This week's articles reflect the our mission by showing that food security and poverty are major topics of discussion. The U.S. Census Bureau
Inspired by Heifer training, Dang Que helps transform an entire C=community in China. Learn more about Dang Que, and watch a video that describes how Heifer animals and training in their care has transformed out project participants in China.