Heifer In The News

Northeast Organic Farming Association conference for 'anyone who eats'

The Telegram

The Telegram Think "livestock to help poor countries" and what comes to mind? Probably not bees, worms and snails. Though they are not your everyday farm critters, they are among species John P. Perkins says will be included in workshops he will

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Arkansas Times Best of Arkansas 2011

Arkansas Times

Thank you to all the readers who voted Heifer International as a "runner up" for favorite charity and we congratulate Our House for being the Best of Arkansas 2011.

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Bio gas brought a new dawn in Mugisha's life

New Vision-Uganda

Paul Mugisha from Isingiro district has been a farmer for over 15 years, but much of his experience was limited to subsistence farming. Despite this, he investing his savings in agriculture. His efforts paid off when he became a beneficiary of Heifer International's support to farmers.

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Chief Mushili Preaches Peace

Times of Zambia

Senior Chief Mushili of the Lamba people in Masaiti District has urged his subjects not to engage themselves in any form of violence as the country heads towards this year's tripartite elections.

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Heifer sprouts Seeds of Change initiative


Growing vegetables in the ground takes time, effort and dedication.  Yet energy focused on a single point, like the sun on a plant, can yield marvelous results.  At Heifer USA, that result is all about feeding the hungry.

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Pfizer Animal Health, Heifer International Collaborate to Support Community Farming

Pfizer Animal Health

MADISON, N.J. - To help educate impoverished families in the United States about how to farm successfully, and to promote self-sufficiency and fight hunger, Pfizer Animal Health has made a $65,000 contribution to Heifer International—world renowned for its efforts to end poverty and protect the environment.

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International pride: New Kemper Art Gallery display chronicles work of Heifer International

K-State Today

LaDuke's documentation resulted in 22 individual paintings titled "Dreaming Cows." The series of paintings is now on display in the William T. Kemper Art Gallery and will run through Aug. 30.

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Lessons learned in Honduras

Wellesley's April vacation is a past memory as kids and families alike prepare for summer vacations and get excited for school to come to an end. College students are coming home after many months of grueling assignments mixed with social events, both preparing them for the "real world" with the hopes of a bright and profitable future.

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Heifer expands mission by staying close to home

Arkansas Online

Heifer International, the Little Rock-based company known for its programs to help countries around the world, is starting a new program aimed at ending hunger and poverty here at home in 14 counties in Arkansas. The five-year

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Mt.Province town self help group receives pass-on gifts

Philippine Information Agency

The Heifer International – Philippines in partnership with the Jaime V. Ongpin Foundation, Inc. (JVOFI), conducted last Monday the original placement ceremony to another partner families in this municipality.

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