Kosovo Cow. Gresa Sojeva, 14, pets a calf in the family barn in Sojeve Village, Kosovo. Source: Heifer International Pressroom.
Day 12 of our trek on the Way. Here along the Camino, it is easy to imagine the world being at peace and content. For up-to-date news and photos of the journey, please go to: www.elcaminoylacomida.com. As we know, however, the world is not quite fair.
In Kosovo, the average annual income is $2,300, making the country’s population among the poorest in Europe. Read about how projects are helping widowed women in the 2009 HolidayEditionofWorldArkmagazine
To donate on Heifer’s site, please go here.
Category: El Camino y la Comida, Europe, Featured, Travel & Culture
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