Read how teacher Robin McManus kicked off Read to Feed in her classroom, the follow up post to last week's blog on why she chose to use Heifer's curriculum for her fourth graders.
About 20 families received crop shares and Heifer Haiti goats. As the original families gave their gifts, they explained what they did to care for the crop or animal and expressed their desire that the receiver would do the same.
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.
The 2015 Global Citizen Festival is on September 26th in New York City's Central Park. You can Take Action to end extreme poverty to earn your chance to win free tickets!
It's been nearly four months since a massive earthquake and thousands of aftershocks shook Nepal. We have an update on what's happening and how your funds are being used in the field.
August 12 is International #YouthDay. We must be mindful in how we work with youth. Dignity and self-reliance matter as much as employment and dollars.
After Racheal saw the benefits of belonging to a group and working as a team, she mobilized another group of 25 vulnerable women in her community to come together. They are now engaged in buying and selling groceries and foodstuffs.
A few months ago, I visited Tanzania to interview Heifer dairy farmers for the Holiday 2015 issue of the World Ark. Luckily, Rachael Singo, the communications officer for Heifer Tanzania, swooped in with some emergency Swahili lessons to help me out.