Heifer’s Education staff will reveal how Heifer’s engaging, relevant Read to Feed program can help you cover your new Common Core standards while developing global citizenship skills in your students.
The Strengthening Smallholder Enterprises Project in Paroha Village Development Committee Rupandehi, began in March 2012 in the small village of Kusma. The families involved in this Heifer Nepal project have used valuable resources, knowledge and skills to develop action plans–blueprints for transforming their homes and their lives.
Prior to the roll out of the Project for the Enhancement of Livelihoods in Northern Brong Ahafo (PENLILOBA), gender inequalities were so entrenched in this area of Ghana that mere discussion of gender issues in public by women was considered taboo.
Seventy years ago this summer, the first shipment of heifers was sent overseas to aid hungry families in Puerto Rico. It was the start of what became one of Heifer International’s oldest and most thrilling stories.
As Country Director for Heifer Cambodia, Keo Keang makes building the capacity of women her first priority so that they can become community leaders and change the futures for their children, just as her mother did for her.