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Blogs

April 9, 2020
Living with Wildlife – some of the highlights so far

With less than a week left of our ground-breaking appeal with Tusk, Victoria Barnes, Head of Partnerships and Philanthropy at Send a Cow, shares some highlights, and how...

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April 6, 2020
The ingenious solutions saving maize harvests in rural Africa

Sheila Halder, Farm Systems Coordinator, tells us why organic solutions to protecting staple crops seem to be providing the best results - for people and planet. As Coronavirus...

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March 31, 2020
The growing importance of WASH and what we can do to help

Amanda Crookes, Gender and Social Inclusion Coordinator explains an integral part of Send a Cow’s projects, and how we hope to support even more families right now. While...

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February 26, 2020
Conservation and community wellbeing: Ujeni’s story

Ric Rawlins, Send a Cow’s Multimedia Producer, explains why the key to protecting wildlife in Uganda's oldest national park, is the communities who live beside it. In Uganda, poverty is...

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January 28, 2020
Breaking down the stigma around disability in Northern Uganda

For people living with disabilities, and those caring for them, support, advice and self-help groups can have a community-wide impact. Programme Funding Manager Sarah Williams recounts her recent experience...

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January 24, 2020
Soil protection is the core focus of the UK’s Agriculture Bill – and should be across the globe

Richie Alford, Send a Cow's Director of Research and Impact, on the importance of soil. Land nourishes and sustains the communities who live on it, as well as...

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January 14, 2020
Why I won’t be vegging out this new year!

Vicki from Riverford Bath shares her #ReasonstoMove this January, and gives some top tips for wholesome meals to fuel your half marathon training. Reasons to run Having had back problems for the last two years, it’s...

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January 7, 2020
Small business partnerships: Tapestry brewery visits Ethiopia

Calum Doutch from Tapestry brewery, reflects on his trip to Ethiopia, to see how their small business support helps farmers on the SARO project. I was lucky enough...

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December 3, 2019
Accessibility and adaptations in farming

Stigma, social exclusion and accessibility are everyday challenges for many people living with disabilities in Northern Uganda, but it is changing, writes Amanda Crookes, Gender and Social Inclusion...

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November 27, 2019
Improving nutrition in Kenya

Louisa Handley, Company Nutritionist at innocent drinks, is our latest guest blogger and recently returned from Western Kenya where she visited our Improving Nutrition and Livelihoods for Children...

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