The Njombe Region, one of the regions where the East Africa Dairy Development (EADD) project is being implemented, rang with song and dance. Men, women and children of all ages shared beautiful messages through music, poems, recitals, skits and dramas that voiced a key message of gender equity, urging...
Hey Heifer Fans! This is Zach Meskell writing this one, your local charismatic and perky chap! Anyway, I just wanted to all let you in on the recent smashing news of our donation from those fine fellows at St Gabriel's Episcopal Church. This
What if Heifer International could improve the lives of tens of thousands of families in one country where 65% of the population is considered to be living in poverty (living on less than $2 a day)? What if there were a development model built on
With lights, camera, action! skills, Nicole Bleuel, of Stamford, Conn., answered the question, Why give a Heifer this holiday season? and with her very moo-ving video, won Heifer Internationals first ever
At a Heifer International ?Passing of the Gift? ceremony that took place outside Kigali, Rwanda, one-hundred fifty farmers, officials and celebratory dancers took part in the joyous occasion to mark the ?passing on? gift of a dairy cow from 22 Heifer donors to 22 recipients. The donors were themselves...
Heifer CEO Pierre Ferrari is part of a winning lineup for a "Build Your Own TEDxChange" contest organized by GOOD in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, GOOD announced this week. You can see highlights from the GOOD
Photo by Dave Anderson Check out the fantastic online Finding Solutions Newsletter by Jane and Larry Levine. The newsletter is published quarterly by the nonprofit program Kids Can Make a Difference (KIDS). Their Winter 2011 issue focuses on Food
(Photo from Wall Street Journal) by Brett Garfinkel In their Saturday Essay column, The Wall Street Journal asked Peter Singer and Bjorn Lomberg, two global development experts, to respond to this question: Does Helping the Planet Hurt the
The total number of the world's poor fell to 878 million people in 2010 from more than 1 billion in 2005, a new Brookings Institution report shows. Brookings' Laurence Chandy and Geoffrey Gertz announced the findings in a Washington Post opinion
The British government's chief scientist shares his concerns about the global food system in this BBC video interview. He debunks a couple of misconceptions and discusses a report he commissioned on food security that is expected to say that
Written by Heifer Staff Eating snails for meals has long been associated with certain tribes in Cameroon. In the South West region, snail meat is an important food for all occasions. Lean and low in cholesterol and fat, snail meat contains high