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Latest from the Herd

May 19, 2020
#TwoPointSixChallenge 260 mile challenge

2.6 Challengers run and cycle 260 miles in 26 hours. In April, Bath brothers Toby and Seb Symington ran and cycled 260...

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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...

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April 7, 2020
Coronavirus update

We’d like to reassure our supporters that we are still open. Our supporter care team are continuing to work, receiving...

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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...

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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...

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March 17, 2020
Coronavirus: our statement

At Send a Cow, we are taking the threat and spread of coronavirus very seriously as this has affected all...

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March 4, 2020
Encouraging gender equality discussions in rural Africa

What is the balance of workload between family members in any given house? Our Transformative Household Methodology helps brings awareness...

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February 27, 2020
Living With Wildlife: A conversation between Send a Cow and Tusk

For the launch of our Wildlife on the Waterfront event in Bristol, Dan Bucknell from Tusk and Donald Mavunduse from...

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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...

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February 20, 2020
Locust plague in East Africa

East Africa has seen the worst locust swarm for a quarter of a century, decimating crops and fodder for animals....

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