STORIES TAGGED: HAITI
See where Heifer is working around the world to end hunger.
In late October, Hurricane Sandy barreled through the Caribbean Sea and up the eastern seaboard leaving a path of destruction.
The future of Haiti begins in its soil but will come to fruition only in the marketplaces of the Caribbean, Central and South America and beyond.
From the time he was a child and on into adulthood, Louis Desira walked to a river two kilometers away from his home in Maniche to get water for the day.
The Big Moo Canoe is raising awareness and donations for Heifer International's REACH program — the largest animal project of its kind in Haiti's history.
Greetings, from Purdue University! Our names are Katelyn Jackson and Josey Holscher, and we are both senior students in Animal Sciences. We have been involved with Heifer International on Purdue’s campus for close to three years and since then we have seen the importance of Heifer's goals.
Judy Warren's AP Human Geography class at Parkview High School in Little Rock, AR raised $2,000 for Heifer International. Students spent their 2011-2012 school year raising money by selling cans of soda, recycling aluminum cans, and hosting a Quiz Bowl tournament. They collected a grand total of $2,000, which they chose to designate to families in Heifer Haiti's REACH, or Rural Entrepreneurs for Agricultural Cooperation, project. Watch a video about the Parkview High School students' fundraising project and AETN's coverage of the Quiz Bowl Tournament.
A Haitian Celebration of Agriculture and Labor