Twenty-five teens partnered again with the Kareni hill tribe people…
Teens went to Uganda to visit the recipients of the Give a Goat project. They went to measure the impact of the project and to gather stories by recipients. After having spent years raising funds for their peers, they were able to meet those they have been helping. They were greeted by appreciative Ugandan students!
The project was started in 2012, by a teen for his peers in Uganda. The program provides a source of income for kids who have lost their parents or whose families cannot afford to food or education for their children. It allows students in the U.S. to take a leadership role and spread awareness of the issue as well as raising money for students in need. Each donation of $125 purchases a fertile milk goat for a child in a developing country in Africa to help them go to school.
More than 550 goats have been given to kids in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. The impact has grown through the offspring the goats give birth to, and there are now 3,500 goats and 900 children who can pay their school fees.