Reviews and recommendations from Heifer staff and contributors! This time on mixed media, a review of Clay Water Brick: Finding Inspiration From Entrepreneurs Who Do the Most with the Least by Jessica Jackley, plus four favorites on Haiti.
Together, Johnston Middle School students logged over 2,200 books and raised $10,084! Here's how Ms. Ritchie got it started.
March 8 was International Women’s Day—a day to celebrate women and their contributions to the world. Despite this global, 24-hour celebration, women farmers continue to be overlooked and don’t receive the recognition they deserve.
This stirring mini-documentary by Ripple Effect Images tells the story of Sofia Arivilca, 64 and homeless for most of her life, building her first home of her own with the help of her community and Heifer International's Healthy Homes initiative.
The World Economic Forum predicted this year that the gender gap won't close entirely until 2133. 117 years is too long to wait. Read how Heifer is working to close the gender gap.
COBAN, Guatemala—Pablo Moreno’s passion for cardamom began in his childhood, when his parents grew it near their home. As he learned more about the spice’s unique flavor and health benefits, he began to ask himself, Why are we exporting all our cardamom? Why don’t we use it? Guatemala exports more...
We have great news to share about for our Read to Feed teachers and students! We have a $50,000 matching gift challenge that will match every dollar raised by Read to Feed students and classrooms around the country.