Changing Directions in Cameroon

How does Heifer International decide where to work? Perhaps more importantly, how do we decide when the work is done? After more than 40 years of work in Cameroon, Heifer International is looking northward to the dry, hungry Sahel.

The Burning Question

Millions of women and girls in developing countries spend part of every day foraging for fuel to cook their families’ meals. Professor Gautam Yadama of Washington University speaks with Heifer International about the challenges these women face.

Refuse Reuse

A biogas project in Uganda leaves nothing to waste. Through the use of simple technology, animal manure is transformed into fuel, fertilizer and electricity.

Coming Full Circle

When Irina Ellison agreed to participate in the Women's Lambing program at Heifer Farm, she did not know she would see something that would remind her of her world travels nearly 30 years before.

Emerging From the Shadows

For years, Dalia Mukandagijimama, like many Rwanda’s Eastern Province, bore the scars of unthinkable hardship. A partnership between Heifer Rwanda and Partners in Health is helping Dalia and others like her build thriving and surviving families and communities.