The latest issue of World Ark magazine is coming to a mailbox near you! Make sure to check out our Nepal photo essay, which highlights extraordinary women pulling their families out of hunger and poverty, as well as an update on our project families in Nepal after the 7.8-magnitude...
Since the initial quake on April 25, and in the days following the second quake on May 12, we received stories recalling what Heifer participants experienced, how they’re coping and what lies ahead. Here are a few that paint the picture of life in the devastated areas of Nepal.
Buddi Khatri, Heifer Nepal's senior program manager for training, was in Ecuador the day the first earthquake struck his homeland. He had no idea whether his family had survived when he boarded a plane home.
“[Heifer] builds your capacity and trains you. They follow-up and make sure things are going according to plan. Heifer gives you the complete package of animal husbandry training,” Evariste said. “When Heifer says they are going to help, they actually deliver. When an individual does their part, Heifer will...
Relief efforts are giving way to recovery and rehabilitation in Heifer project areas in Nepal one month after a devastating earthquake rocked the country.
A second strong earthquake has hit Nepal just 16 days after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake impacted an area of Heifer International projects near Kathmandu. Another 28 Heifer project villages
A major scientific study has provided evidence that a livestock-centered, asset-transfer model is successful at moving people out of poverty.
Just when things were starting to get back to normal, 16 days after a massive earthquake hit Nepal another major earthquake struck on Tuesday, May 12. Tupache Village in Nuwakot district was severely affected. Once a vibrant community, Tupache now looks more like a war zone.