Project #3729

Vocational Training for Displaced Ugandan Children

by Humanity Healing International
Dec 6, 2011

Goats for Cows

Dear Friends of HHI,

Here is a quick update of the Vocational Training project at Future Victory School.

The agricultural section of the Vocational Training Center at FVS continues to expand and diversity.  Recently, 30 of the goats were traded for 2 cows. This leaves a balance of 10 goats.  Goats bread quickly and in pairs, so that this number will come back up quickly.

These cows will be bred so that we will be looking forward to calves next summer.

The children are excited about the new animals and are learning the proper care and handling of cattle.

We do not have pictures of the cows yet, but will post them shortly.

Much Metta,

HH Team


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Humanity Healing International

Location: Asheville, NC - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Christopher Buck
Richmond, VA United States

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