The Faces of Resilience

In the months following the massive earthquake that shook Nepal on April 25, 2015, Heifer has supported tens of thousands of families in the rebuilding process.

High and Dry in Nicaragua

Nicaraguan farmers have to stay nimble to adjust to changing weather, tired soil and evolving market opportunities. Women in rural communities where Heifer works are branching out beyond their traditional crops and finding new ways to thrive.

Food for Thought

Author Frances Moore Lappé burst onto the scene 45 years ago with the debut of her now-classic book, Diet for a Small Planet. As a prolific author and thought leader, Lappé champions the argument that hunger is caused not by lack of food, but by the inability of poor people to access it.

Breaking the Code

Cambodian women are breaking free of strictly-defined gender roles thanks to Heifer training, which also takes aim at domestic violence and human trafficking.

Harnessing the Power of Youth

As vice chair of the Clinton Foundation, Chelsea Clinton has helped advance opportunities for women and girls, looked at ways to curb childhood obesity and raised awareness of the effects of climate change. Now she’s written her own book, which takes wide-reaching global issues like the environment, women’s rights...