Jean Pierre Venette belongs to Heifer’s Rural Entrepreneurs for Agricultural Cooperation in Haiti program, or REACH. She and 39 other women work together to promote better crop and animal production while becoming thriving farmers and businesswomen.
In Milford, Indiana, just miles from the hometown of Heifer’s founder, Dan West, a celebration took place to honor those “seagoing cowboys” who made the first animal deliveries and helped ignite the legacy of Heifer International: Promoting peace and ending hunger.
Rosa and Jose live in the Philippines' Sayon village. They used to live a hand-to-mouth existence, but Heifer and H.E.E.D. Foundation brought a project to Sayon that changed their life forever.
Deep in the indigenous territory of the Mojos province in the Amazon is the Santa Rosa del Apere community of Bolivia. Many members of the community have turned to agroforestry to help improve their farming and their lives.
Come along on the Magical Manure Tour, an eight-part series that examines how biogas is changing the lives of people in Uganda.
Nepal communities are coming together to begin the healing process after the disastrous floods that killed about 50 farmers and left thousands of homes damaged and destroyed.