Heifer has confirmed that at least 37 project partners have died due to heavy flooding in Nepal. Staff say that many more are missing and that multiple homes and crops have been destroyed.
It's hard to believe that teachers and students are already gearing up for Back to School, but now's a great time to start thinking about why you should use Read to Feed in your classrooms.
Heifer projects often benefit the environment around them in unexpected ways. A recent article reveals how Heifer’s work is helping to lessen deforestation in some of Uganda’s chimpanzee habitats.
Ann Rose is fired up about making her community of Lansing, N.C., rise to its potential as a hub for creating a healthier community, reclaiming their food source, and sustaining Lansing’s local economy.
A project to improve the livelihoods of those in the poorest district of Trà Vinh Province has improved income and relationships in Vietnam, demonstrating the impact of social capital as a tool for lasting change.