Hey, Teachers: Whether you're gearing up for the new school year, or are already into the 2015-2016 academic year, don't forget about our curriculum Read to Feed. Read one teacher's take on why she chose to use our resources.
Post disaster, Heifer's self-help groups have been very active in providing support to their members and others through mobilization of its members and group funds.
During Wilson's leadership with the Co-SHARE project 46 original families and two generations of pass on families (92 in all) were able to receive tangible and intangible gifts from the project within two years—a feat other projects might take three years to accomplish. The Co-SHARE families continue the Pass...
When Heifer and its partner SANTI SENA Organization (SSO) started working in her village, they encouraged Ou to join a self-help group (SHG). At the first meeting, she hesitated to participate in the group, because she was not clear about purpose of SHG. However, she decided to join with...
“I had never heard of a raised-floor pen or treating animals like pigs compassionately. I didn’t know how much water or what kind of feed formulation and vaccinations they needed,” Jeannette said.
Being blind for 20 years had been a nightmare for 80-year-old Jeremiah, who lives in Mbasela village in Luanshya, which is about 18 miles from town, as he has barely been able to afford to provide for his family.
In about a year, little Vahan will become another consumer of the milk and fresh homemade dairy products rich in calcium, which is so useful for the growing bodies of the children.