Heifer In The News

Heifer Ranch helps feed Third World countries

Arkansasonline.com

Visits to the 250-acre ranch start with a video presentation on Heifer, which describes itself as "a charity organization working to end hunger and poverty around the world by providing livestock and training to struggling communities."

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Animal dispersal pass-on to 4Ps in Kalinga

Philippine Information Agency

Eighty one animal dispersals under a public-private partnership program were passed-on by to families covered by the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) in the province. The partnership is between the International Association for Transformation (IAT) through its “passing the gift for peace project” and Heifer Philippines on the private sector side, and local government units that have jurisdiction over these 4Ps and the Department of Social Welfare and Development for the public sector.

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Lucky the Llama Visits the Queen Latifah Show

Queen Latifah Show

Lucky is part of the wonderful organization Heifer International, which has been improving the lives of people around the world for more than 70 years by giving farm animals to people in poor countries. The animals provided by Heifer International are used to plow fields, provide wool for clothes and produce food like milk and eggs, thus changing people’s lives by ending hunger and poverty.

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Kurt Braunohler jet skis for charity in exclusive 'Roustabout' trailer

Entertainment Weekly

In this exclusive trailer for the web series Roustabout from Comedy Central’s CC:Studios, comedian Kurt Braunohler is jet skiing from Chicago to New Orleans in order to get goats and chickens to African families in need. What’s that you say?

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Thandi Tutu-Gxashe Radio Interview with Mina Collins

Mina Collins Show

Thandi (Tutu-Gxashe) gives her thoughts on food insecurity and why she joined the Board of Heifer International South Africa. She shares her passionate about public health especially in the fight against HIV/AIDS and the advancement in the protocols being used in South Africa.

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Gifts That Give Back, Handpicked by Samasource CEO Leila Janah

Popsugar.com

"Not only is this gift unique, but it really does make a huge difference for families in underdeveloped regions around the world. Many of our Samasource workers have benefited from a Heifer goat ($120), so I like to spread the word. Give a goat!"

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Pals give governor the gift of a goat

Arkansas Democrat Gazette

The Wise Olde Goats, a luncheon club of well-connected mostly retired professional men, introduced the governor to Ouachita, a white Saanen goat that will turn 1 in February. And while Ouachita will return to the Heifer Village Ranch in Perryville, the club bought a goat in the governor's name to be sent through Heifer International to a needy family overseas.

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The TED Gift Guide

Ted Blog

Gifts for the eco-conscious: “If the ones you love already have everything, give the gift of giving. The items available in the Heifer catalog offer gifts that help support sustainable farming and provide basic necessities, like clean water, for those in need.”

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Adventurer Readies for Human-Powered Global Odyssey

Outsideonline.com

South African adventurer Angelo Wilkie-Page will head out on November 20 for an expedition that will last about eight years. His plan is to be the first person to circumnavigate the globe from east to west and pole to pole without the help of motors, sails, or solar energy. Expedition 720° will also help raise more than $1 million for Heifer International.

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Tanzanian Cornel Kapinga: Africa's best dairy farmer

IPP Media

“Before Heifer International Tanzania came to my village, malnutrition among children was high and most of the families were living on a single meal per day. But since the project started in 1995, positive changes are vividly seen to my fellow village members as they have afforded to improve their nutrition and houses through consuming and selling milk,” said Cornelius.

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