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Womens Advocate To Speak

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She's an investment banking executive who once worked for Goldman, Sachs & Co., but Sheryl WuDunn has little faith in long-revered commodities to save the global economy.

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Farmer's Fortunes Improve after Bill Gates visit


One and a half years since US billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates paid an ordinary dairy farmer in Nandi County a surprise visit, the man's fortunes have dramatically changed.

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Kenya: Hardworking farmer gets fame


The Busia-Kisumu highway snakes past the vibrant Ugunja town. Almost a kilometer from the town, toward Kisumu, off the highway, there's Ulwan village in West Uholo Location.

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Dr. Mahendra Lohani, Asia/South Pacific vice president, joins COO in CambodiaOn April 10, 2010, 60 project participants from four self-help groups (SHGs) celebrated a Passing on the Gift (POG) at a school in Proyuth village, Pauk commune, Pauk

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Tanzania: Heifer camel project a resounding success to Maasai community

From the Arusha Times, TanzaniaThey are huge, bulky and strong! They are disease-tolerant and can survive drought by browsing on leaves on trees that other livestock cannot eat. These are camels!Following severe long droughts that hit northeastern

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Penn State students, clubs fund Heifer International gift ark

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA. According to the ancient Chinese proverb, if you give a man a fish you will feed him for a day, but if you teach a man to fish you will feed him for a lifetime.In a sense, Penn State's Agricultural Student Council, in

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Heifer Armenia organizes gender equity discussion

Heifer International's Armenian country program is organizing a roundtable/discussion on "Gender Equity and Rural Women in Armenia," Tuesday, April 6, in Yerevan. The participants are NGO and state representatives and community leaders.

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