Ric's Ethiopian adventure

Multimedia Producer, Ric Rawlins, recently travelled to Ethiopia to film some of our projects. He got off to a shaky start thanks to some unusual weather conditions...Read more

"For me, Send a Cow is everything"

On the 3rd March 1989, Kezia and Yowabu Bisere received a cow from the UK. It was named Kisakye, meaning God’s Grace. Nearly 30 years on, we spoke to two of Kezia and Yowabu’s daughters, Irene and Agnes, to see how the whole family's lives have changed thanks to that cow.Read more

Knight and Patrick, Uganda

"Sometimes you want to find someone to blame for your problems. But there was no one. We thought it was because there was not enough food in the camp."Read more

Genevieve Mukamusoni, Rwanda

In 1994, an estimated 800,000 Rwandans were killed in the space of 100 days. Thousands of people were forced to flee their homes and families were torn apart. Genevieve Mukamusoni tells us her story.Read more

Joy Nabirye, Uganda

“Even one year in you can see impact – in terms of support, love, kindness. We were people nobody bothered about. We are very happy! As people with disabilities others thought we couldn’t dig, but Send a Cow believed in us and gave us knowledge"Read more

New podcast with David Bragg, Founding Farmer

To celebrate our 30th anniversary we spoke to founding farmer, David Bragg, about the early days.Read more

Change is possible

Programme Funding Manager, Peg Bavin, explains why she believes change is possible this International Women’s Day.Read more

"I am because Send a Cow is"

To celebrate Send a Cow’s 30th anniversary, we went back and met with some of the original farmers who we worked with in the earlier years.Read more

Moo Music at the London Marathon

On 22nd April, Moo Music’s Elle Newman will be running the London Marathon for Send a Cow. Through a series of events, including getting all the Moo Music groups on board with their innovative Welly Week, Elle has been busy not just training but also raising awareness and funds.Read more

Kasiita, Rakai, Uganda

Just over a year ago we asked for your help with our Ugandan Orphans project. And now, thanks to your incredible support, Kasiita and his family are thriving.Read more