We don’t ask communities what they need – we ask what they’ve got. Then, through training in farming, and by tackling social issues such as gender inequality, we enable communities in Africa to acquire both the hope and the skills to lift themselves out of poverty. Read more
“There is nothing as painful as poverty. Poverty is a thorn that pierces deep, deep into your heart. I have been a living example of this.” Manjeri
With your help more women like Manjeri can lift themselves out of poverty. Read more
We’ve been working on the ground with rural African communities since 1988 and are proud to have established country programmes in Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Lesotho, Rwanda, Uganda, and Zambia.
Putting people first in farming is not just about rejuvenating land and growing food. It is also about instilling a sense of 'I can do this'
Supporting Send a Cow means you will be having a direct impact on the lives of people in Africa
Ending poverty on the land and in the mind
Extreme poverty and child hunger continues to rise in sub-Saharan Africa. Being unable to feed your children has a fundamental impact on your state of being.
Celebrate Send a Cow’s 30th anniversary with a gardening and growing themed event. Read more
Join us for a Thanksgiving service at Wells Cathedral to celebrate 30 years of Send a Cow. Read more
Ride 100 miles on closed roads through central London and Surrey countryside. Read more
A gift to Send a Cow in your Will is life changing - you could help us bring an end to poverty for families in Africa. Read more
Each episode of our new podcast features a gripping interview with someone who has overcome challenging life experiences in Africa. Read more