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Here's a little video we did at Calvary Episcopal Church
Anandi Jatav is an example of what women's empowerment can do.
At a Passing on the Gift ceremony in Peru, members of the community performed this traditional dance.
Farmers in Mexico are trying out an unusual crop, with Heifer International’s help.
Ladies from various Women's Groups in Bihar, India break it down and show us how it is done!
Students in the College of Agriculture and Life Science's civic agriculture and food systems program traveled to Honduras for spring break to learn about sustainable agriculture.
Mrs. Francisca Najera Vasquez lives in the tiny village of El Duraznito, Guatemala with her husband and 7 children, and has a lot of experience making tortillas.
Heifer Participant Wilson Sanchez on Agroecological Banana Farm
Two members of the Muendi Womens Group in Zhaojue participate in a Passing on the Gift ceremony.
This video from www.eatrealeatlocal.ca illustrates what’s happening to the food system in Canada.
Susan Sarandon reflects on her trip to Heifer Cambodia.
Heifer recently began operations in Bangladesh and, in August, received approval to start its first project.
The Heifer Armenia team was extremely pleased to witness the arrival of the second rounds of agricultural equipment to be placed in farmer cooperatives in the framework of the Community Agricultural Resource Management and Competitiveness (CARMAC) project
McAuliffe Elementary used the Read to Feed program by Heifer International to help change the world.
Cards for Cows: Inspiring 13-year old raising money for Heifer International
John Palmer art studio in TX – selected Heifer as charity of the year!
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