Name: Rogério Súniga Rosa
Title: Regional Coordinator for Southern Brazil and Northern Argentina
Location: Bairro Graca, Brazil
How long have you worked for Heifer? 5 years
What attracted you to work for Heifer?
The overall harmony between what I have always done and the work, partnerships and strategic plan of Heifer Brazil-Argentina.
What has been the most memorable experience you have had while working for Heifer?
I participated in a bazaar put on by the Puna Network, an organization of the people of Puna and Quebrada in the province of Jujuy in northern Argentina. The bazaar of La Laugunilla is more than 4,000 meters above sea level. I was able to support, participate in and serve in an advisory capacity for this event with more than 500 people from families and communities in this area, sharing education and experience, combined bartering or trading seeds, food and other genetic materials that families need. It was very interesting, intense and educational for me.
My education includes: Agronomy Engineering, specializing in Agroecology.
My hobbies include: I like to read, take care of my family’s organic garden, play with my two children, cook for family and friends, travel and meet with friends to joke and laugh a lot.
My family consists of: Caio and Arthur, my children, and Eliziana, my wife.
Something about me that you might not know: I like metaphysics, spirituality and related topics. I love to read poetry and I write some, which I keep secret.
What is the best thing about working at Heifer Peru?
There are at least two best things:
• the opportunity to participate in the beautiful work and partnerships that
build the program.
• living and working with a team of people who are highly capable, special
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The work we do may be serious, but we always need to find the fun.Pierre Ferrari, CEO of Heifer International
For the fifth year children attending Kids Summer Day Camp at the First Baptist Church in Girard have given their support to Heifer International by collecting their pennies. Click the title of this story to read more!
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If you want to make yourself happy, serve others. If you want to make others happy, serve others.Pierre Ferrari, CEO of Heifer International speaking at the 2015 YNPN National Conference & Leaders Institute
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I was one of the adults who visited Heifer Ranch in Arkansas from June 18-20 with the Ottawa Kansas First United Methodist Group. I wrote the following poem about our experience and I plan to read it on August 2nd when we give our presentation to the church. Someone suggested I send it to you! Click the title of this story to read more...
During their second year as Brownies (3rd grade), my Girl Scout troop worked on a journey called "World of Girls." Click the title of this story to read more...
Two teams of cyclists are traversing two different continents all for the same cause: ending hunger and poverty. Click the title of this story to read more...
It’s not every day you hear of 4th graders learning the value of economics. But when Heifer International received a $480 donation along with a letter referencing “mini-society business sessions” taking place during 4th graders’ economic studies, we were intrigued. Click the title of this story to read more...
I am a woman among women, and my family is well respected in the villageGagnessiri Ndiaye, http://tinyurl.com/qhbuvnn