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Tomorrow, July 14, author and speaker Mike Thompson begins a trip to visit Heifer International projects in Nepal and China to capture stories of local leaders who are helping bring economic and development transformation to poverty-stricken
Photo by zappowbang, used with Creative Commons license. "I used to think that if I cared about anything, I'd have to care about everything, and I'd go stark raving mad." I'm a little embarrassed to name the title of the movie this quote comes
Photos by Dave Anderson We visited a Maasai community in northern Tanzania in the rainy season, in April of last spring, when trees were lush with leaves that Heifer camels nibbled on happily throughout the day. Yet at the sandaled feet of the
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 sustainable
It doesn't take a drought for water to be a lifesaver. The Khmer people of Heifer's Improving Farm Households' Capacity in Long Phu District, Soc Trang Province Project in Vietnam had long suffered a critical shortage of fresh water for daily use.
When I visited Senegal in May of 2010, everyone was waiting on the rain. Men sat on their heels drinking hot tea, waiting. Women tended the animals and children and kept one eye on the sky, waiting. The ground was parched after 10 months of
We say it all the time: Heifer is a development organization. I posted yesterday about how you can help the immediate situation in Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya. The organizations listed are aid organizations. This is an important distinction. Yes,
Severe drought, high food prices, war. The combination of these factors has led to a gravely desperate situation in Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya. They're claiming this is the worst drought in 60 years. Earlier today, I posted that a child dies
Sometimes it's easy to forget. In the past few weeks, thousands of people across the United States tuned in to the Casey Anthony trial. The media has been all over this story. If you're not passionately enraged about the not-guilty verdict (or
Amelio Esteban Méndez lives in the community of Zarza Negra, San Carlos Alzatate in the department of Jalapa, Guatemala, along with his wife, Francisca Hernández Santiago, and their eight children. Amelio's family participates in