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October 17, 2018
What does social inclusion mean to Send a Cow?

How many times have we heard that a stranger will form an impression of you, your character and your personality all within the first 60 seconds of meeting...

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October 16, 2018
Balance diets, balanced world

By 2030, we should all be eating safely, sufficiently and nutritiously, all year round, no matter where in the world we live. That is the second Sustainable Development...

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October 15, 2018
International Day of Rural Women

Today, 15 October, we celebrate International Day for Rural Women. Rural women make up a quarter of the world’s population. They grow much of our food, strengthen economies...

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October 8, 2018
The Big Debate: How can gender equality be achieved in Africa?

On Thursday 4 October more than 200 guests attended Send a Cow’s flagship event The Big Debate at City Hall in London to hear a panel of experts...

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September 24, 2018
Zambia quiz

Test your knowledge of Zambia  

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September 17, 2018
“Gracie changed my life”

Gracie was one of the young cows that I sent to Uganda in the early days of SAC. Born and raised on my farm, I hoped that I...

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September 10, 2018
A tale of two projects

Earlier this year I had the incredible experience of visiting Send a Cow’s work in Ethiopia to produce two short films for them. The first week was spent...

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August 28, 2018
Mercy Akinyi

You may remember Mercy, whose story inspired our Mother & Child appeal last Christmas. Mercy was struggling to feed her family and support her disabled mother. The family...

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August 9, 2018
Farming for 30 years

In 1988 a group of UK dairy farmers sent 32 of their cows to help struggling families in the Mityana district of Uganda. It was the beginning of...

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August 3, 2018
Push Pull Technology

On BBC Radio 4's Today show, they discussed the growing fear of fall armyworms spreading to Europe, and how Push Pull Technology can be used to control numbers....

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