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.
When you're not in love it's easy to hate a holiday that's supposed to be all about romance. Heifer's got a history lesson and some pretty great suggestions for how to get through this day.
Heifer’s Education staff will reveal how Heifer’s engaging, relevant Read to Feed program can help you cover your new Common Core standards while developing global citizenship skills in your students.
As we celebrate the International Year of Family Farming in 2014, it's important to note that smallholder farmers are capable of shaping an entire industry. Dairy farmers who are part of the EADD project are doing just that.
“The locusts of everyday violence have been allowed to swarm unabated in the developing world. And they are laying waste to the hope of the poor.” – Gary A. Haugen and Victor Boutros in their new book, The Locust Effect
The concept of working together toward the same goal has always appealed to Joseph and, with each challenge, he found inspiration in the saying, “Two is better than one.” His wife, Agnes Formoyuy, became his own working partner and a tremendous source of comfort.