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  Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Heifer CEO's First Visit to Cambodia

During the five-day visit to Cambodia, Pierre Ferrari, president and CEO of Heifer International, participated in a Passing on the Gift® celebration in Kumrou village, Sranal commune, Kralahn district, Siem Reap province, on August 29, 2012. More than 700 people from project communities, including both project and non-project families... Read More

Self-Help Group Leaders Learn from Successful Farmer Cooperatives

From August 13-15, 2012, Heifer Cambodia and two project partner organizations from the northwest region conducted an exchange visit to two successful farmer cooperatives in Kampot province: Rattanak Pol Rort Samaki and Samaki Sang Kroh Cooperatives.                                  Read More

Poultry Production Improves a Family's Life

As one of the project families, Chou Sarom in the village of Wat Roka, O'Mal commune, Battambang province, received a series of technical training, especially training on homestead gardening and poultry husbandry. She also received 10 ducks, horticulture seeds, and fruit-tree seedlings to improve her family's living condition.Read More

Hello Axiata Company Answers Call for Support

In response to Heifer Cambodia’s request for support in community development, Hello Axiata Company donated 30 telephones to women community facilitators. On the morning of June 28, 2012, three representatives from Hello Axiata arrived at Heifer Cambodia's office with the telephones.                                                     Read More

Heifer Project Helps a Mother's Dream Come True

Khom Youn is a mother of four sons and a member of a self-help group in the village of Promouy. She has participated in Heifer’s project in Promouy since 2006. Since joining the project, Khom has received training and gifts, including a cow, vegetable seeds and other agricultural materials.                                       Read More

The Value Literacy

Heifer Cambodia's Value Based Literacy Program aims to teach illiterate women how to read and write, make basic math calculations, and incorporate the 12 Cornerstones for Just and Sustainable Development in their daily lives. The 12 Cornerstones are adapted by reflecting on each "stone" and its power to improve their living conditions.   Read More

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What is Heifer Project International (HPI)?

Heifer Project International is one of many non governmental organization involved in rural development around the world. It works at the grass-root by providing animals and training to organized local groups that request assistance.


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Heifer Cambodia

Heifer Project International- Cambodia (Heifer Cambodia),
a non-profit and humanitarian organization, is a branch program of Heifer Project International (HPI) based in Little Rock, Arkansas, USA. Heifer Cambodia has been active since 1984, primarily providing supports of infrastructure and capacity building for animal health and production sub-sector and veterinary diagnostic laboratory, including the technical training, vaccination program and Hemorrhagic Septicemia (HS) Vaccine Production Projects,
in partnership with American Friend Service Committee (AFSC) and Church World Service (CWS).

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