The gift of a dairy goat represents a lasting, meaningful way for you to help a little boy or girl and his family get empowered out of poverty.

Goats can thrive in extreme climates and on poor, dry land by eating grass and leaves. The gift of a dairy goat can supply a family with up to several quarts of nutritious milk a day - a ton of milk a year. Extra milk can be sold or used to make cheese, butter or yogurt. Families learn to use goat manure to fertilize gardens.

Goats often have two or three kids a year making it easy for the beneficiaries to pass on the gift of a goat to another family in need. This great investment allows our beneficiaries to lift themselves out of poverty by starting small dairies that earn money for food, health care and education.

 How you can help is to click and invest in our work this festive season. Every donation matters and it inspires more potential donors to give. Donate nowhttp://www.globalgiving.org/projects/christmas-gifts-for-100-orphan...With these gifts families and children can have access to basic needs. In the long run communities will be empowered to sustainable development. Hence the legacy of work remains to be the impacts and change in the livelihoods of poor and vulnerable people in the our communities. Please join me and the NIRP team and invest in our work.

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Comment by Muhwezi Henry on December 27, 2011 at 10:37pm

Thanks LizM

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