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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!

Meet our new Chief Exec

Meet our new Chief Exec

This is an exciting week 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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Live Below the Line - Rebecca and Rozzy's LBTL Diary Part 2

Live Below the Line - Rebecca and Rozzy's LBTL Diary Part 2
Dr Heidi Harrison, Education Manager for Send a Cow, attends the House of Commons to discuss cost-effective school feeding programs in Africa using locally grown products.
On the 22nd of January, I headed off to London to represent Send a Cow at the House of…

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02.04.2014 – posted by Rebecca, IoF student at Bristol University

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Live Below the Line - Rebecca and Rozzy's LBTL Diary Part 1

Live Below the Line - Rebecca and Rozzy's LBTL Diary Part 1
Dr Heidi Harrison, Education Manager for Send a Cow, attends the House of Commons to discuss cost-effective school feeding programs in Africa using locally grown products.
On the 22nd of January, I headed off to London to represent Send a Cow at the House of…

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31.03.2014 – posted by Rebecca, IoF student at Bristol University

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Under an Ethiopian Tree

Under an Ethiopian Tree

Send a Cow's Head of Partnership Fundraising, Rob Grimes, writes of his recent trip to Ethiopia where he witnessed how communication, fairness, love, sharing and honesty can help communities flourish.

I visited Ethiopia for the first time in December.  My memory is fading fast but I still think about the country…

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05.02.2014 – posted by Rob, Head of Partnership Fundraising

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Send a Cow heard at UK Parliament!

Send a Cow heard at UK Parliament!
Dr Heidi Harrison, Education Manager for Send a Cow, attends the House of Commons to discuss cost-effective school feeding programs in Africa using locally grown products.
On the 22nd of January, I headed off to London to represent Send a Cow at the House of…

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24.01.2014 – posted by Heidi, Development Education Manager

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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.