Schoolchildren in Tanzania’s Southern Highlands get regular helpings of milk as part of a new Heifer project, and parents and teachers marvel at the instantaneous boost to health, concentration, energy and attendance.
In 2018, Heifer Farm in Rutland, Massachusetts, will be closing. With this in mind, Elizabeth Joseph reflects on her time spent volunteering and working at the 270-acre educational farm.
Do families who get Heifer’s values-based training see more benefits than those who get microloans but no Heifer training? A research study in Bangladesh aimed to find out.
Malnutrition, stunting and frequent illness are common among children in rural Ghana. The Djabas have discovered through a Heifer project that eggs and education might be the cure for what ails them.
Heifer Haiti is supporting vetiver farmers through both the challenges of depending on a crop harvested only once a year and the difficulties of living in a disaster-prone part of the world.
Heifer’s seagoing cowboys delivered livestock to Germany after WWII. Now, a museum exhibition and a new book are celebrating Heifer’s contribution toward the country’s resilience.
Cody Hopkins, a founder of the Grass Roots Farmers’ Cooperative, and his family are part of a new generation of farmers who focus on providing healthy food in ways that are also healthy for the land.