Give a gift that grows

Photo 19 Community Projects - Give a gift that grows Goats and pigs provide an income to families living in abject poverty by providing offspring for sale at the market. One sow can produce 12-15 babies a year, and within six months a piglet can weigh 200 pounds. Similarly goats are capable of producing a pair of kids every 6-12 months.

They are practical animals, flourishing in the harsh Himalayan climate while producing valuable manure to fertilize crops and vegetable gardens.

All needy families partaking in the HHCP Nepal goat and pig sponsorship programme must sign an agreement prior to being the recipient of donor goats or pigs. This agreement states that their children must attend school and they must participate in the micro-savings programme which requires the family to participate in monthly banking.

Photo 20 Community Projects - Give a gift that growsNot only will these families will have an ongoing income from the pigs and goats that will help break the cycle of poverty, but it is also teaching them skills for the future and they will no longer live day to day and hand to mouth.

Donors will receive a profile of the recipient family.

The goat/pig sponsorship program is a one-off payment of $95US/$127AUD for a pair of piglets, or $160US/$215AUD for a female goat with two kids afoot.

Give the gift of a set of goat or a pair of piglets today to boost family incomes, donate now.

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  • Give Gifts That Grow April 2016

    Posted on April 27, 2016 by

    Donate goats or pigs to selected poor families so they can earn an income by raising, breeding, and selling the animals. Upon receiving gifted pigs or goats, these families MUST send their children to school and eventually donate animals back to the program to assist further families in need. There are now 142 families that […]

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  • Thank you so much

    Posted on January 12, 2016 by

    A massive thank you to Bastien Rojanawisut from Switzerland for the volunteer work he has given over the past 4 ½ months living with Hari and his sister Gyanu in Kathmandu and working with Hari updating his trekking website and the HHCP Nepal website. It has been so greatly appreciated!!! Please have a look at […]

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