With its frequent droughts and insufficient natural resources, the Sahel is a daunting place to work. We've got an idea of how our projects might work, but we want your BIG IDEAS to help craft sustainable change for the people living there.
While coffee growers in Honduras are experiencing lower prices because of coffee rust, Heifer is helping connect these families to four local coffee cooperatives and survive the rest of the year through training and gifts of livestock and plants for family vegetable gardens.
It has been one year since the community of Belin, Romania, received their Irish heifers. Here’s a snapshot of four Chance for All project participants and how they’re doing today.
From November 3-6, representatives from Heifer International will be participating in Let’s Talk Roya in El Salvador. La roya del café, or coffee rust, is a rapidly spreading fungus that infects the foliage of a coffee tree, and it has been devastating, especially in recent years, to coffee farmers...
Heifer Nepal's Strengthening Livestock Value Chains Project started in April 2012. Since then, 88,000 families have been empowered. Area Vice President Mahendra Lohani shares an update on this innovative program.