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Welcome to our blog, where you can really get behind the scenes at Send a Cow.

From visits to our projects, to life in our busy fundraising department, and from schoolchildren meeting African farmers, to a volunteer’s perspective; whatever’s going on, we’ll keep you in on it!

Can you give a woman a cow and expect her to change the world?

Can you give a woman a cow and expect her to change the world?

Off the back of a recent Guardian article, we've put together the following comment, which tells you about the power of our long-term social development and gender equality training. 

Can you give a…

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30.07.2014 – posted by Send a Cow

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Send a Cow is chosen charity for Farmfestival 2014!

Send a Cow is chosen charity for Farmfestival 2014!

We are thrilled to have been chosen as the main charity partner of Farmfestival 2014. Each year the music festival donates all of its profits to charity. We’re this year’s chosen cause!

We are thrilled to have been chosen as the main charity partner of Farmfestival 2014. Each year…

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28.07.2014 – posted by Send a Cow

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The superheroes of global education

The superheroes of global education

 

‘I felt like anything was possible. The whole world was listening to our discussion on the needs of children around the world; their education, their health, their opportunity’. Send a Cow’s Development Education Manager, Dr Heidi Harrison, returned from Global Education conferences in Brussels inspired and energised.  

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15.07.2014 – posted by Send a Cow

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Family farming conference in Tanzania

Family farming conference in Tanzania

Send a Cow Ethiopia’s Programme Funding Officer, Jakob Braun, was recently invited to a Family Farming conference in Tanzania where he presented a case study of the Kotoba Sustainable Livelihoods Project. The project was implemented by Send a Cow Ethiopia during 2008-2012, in collaboration with local partner AKAM. 

Send a Cow Ethiopia’s…

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24.06.2014 – posted by Send a Cow

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Meet our new Chief Exec

Meet our new Chief Exec

This is an exciting time for Send a Cow, as we welcome our brand new CEO Simon Barnes. We caught up with Simon to find out more about the man taking the helm.

Where were you working before coming to Send a Cow?

Until recently I was Executive Vice President of the American Bible Society, based in the US. I really enjoyed my time there and was pleased to help the organisation through a time of rapid growth. During my time net revenues increased…

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16.04.2014 – posted by Simon Barnes, Chief Executive

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Lifeline - Spring 2014

Lifeline - Spring 2014

Read the latest edition of our supporter magazine - Lifeline. It's packed full of stories and news on how your support is helping to change lives across Africa.