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.
Hanging out with Pierre and our Africa colleagues is a lot of fun. And I've already learned some interesting things. Using biogas slurry from human waste on a vegetable garden is totally fine to do. Water filters constructed of concrete that use
Hujambo from Uganda! This afternoon, Dero and I got to visit the Heifer Uganda office. I had the chance to meet a handful of my colleagues and to see where they do their work. A particular treat was meeting Beinempaka Athanasius, who is the
Leaving the airport in Entebbe, Uganda, last night was an experience all its own. It took a while for us to connect with the taxi driver sent for us, and when he finally found us and walked us to the car, I realized how dark it is here at...
It's 6:30 in the morning in Nairobi. And I'm still in Little Rock, where it's 9:30 at night. Dero and I were thwarted yesterday in our travel attempts because of snow in Atlanta. I know, right? If you're not from the South, you'll have a hard time
by Puja Singh The sari clad women in the hills that skirt the capital city of Nepal Kathmandu gaped in awe at the President of Heifer International. They knew that life had changed a lot for them since they came together in a group to be the
A Heifer project participant cooks on a stove fueled with biogas. by Terry Wollen This years international round of discussion on climate change is taking place in Cancun, Mexico. Officially known as the United Nations Framework Convention on
This week TED held the first-ever TEDWomen conference which invited men and women to explore the question, How are women and girls reshaping the world? Speakers included women who are changing the world around them by creating inventions and
Hi, there. This is Brooke Edwards, one of the writers at Heifer's headquarters in Little Rock. You're about to be hearing from me a lot, so I thought I'd go ahead and introduce myself. I've been a Heifer fan for about as long as I can remember. I
Want to help Heifer by eating? Its easy when you play the Holiday Spotathon with Foodspotting. Footspotting is a visual guide to good food and where to find it. It's an easy way to find the food you love. This year they have chosen Heifer as
Story and photos by Carolee Riley,Internal Communications Manager and Bolivia Study Tour Participant Everyone needs a plan, said Savelio Lopez, a Heifer International project beneficiary who lives with his wife and young daughter in