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Your class will learn how Send a Cow works with farmers in rural Africa to combat climate change and grow enough to eat. 

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This autumn, why not turn your assembly or lesson into a Send a Cow Harvest Hero celebration? We have everything you need to teach your class about how climate change is affecting children in rural Ethiopia. Learn about the crops families grow and download our fundraising guide to earn yourself a Send a Cow’s Gold, Silver or Bronze climate award!

"Send A Cow is a really special charity. It helps people to help themselves. By doing that, you help to make sure that what they achieve is long term and gives communities a secure future. 
Working at a local level, you can see the difference that you make and it is really fantastic." 

Ferne Corrigan, Children's TV Presenter 

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