Zambia Goats: Humphrey Kalus and his mother Bess Mutelo feeding their goats. Source: Heifer International Pressroom
Day 3 on the Way. It’s fascinating to see so many people walk for over 30 days on a road that would take far less to drive. Yet walking is certainly more environmentally friendly. For up-to-date news and photos of the journey, please go to: www.elcaminoylacomida.com.
In many of the areas where Heifer International works, biogas projects turn manure into clean-burning gas. Biogas offers rural families an alternative form of energy for cooking, heating and lighting that is not only better for the environment, but better for the health of the families who use it. Read more about Heifer’s biogas projects and see videos of the technology at work ontheHeiferBlog.
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Category: Africa, El Camino y la Comida, Europe, Featured, Travel & Culture
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