16th March 16
We have received a visit from the founder of the Irish NGO BOTHAR, Peter Ireton and the coordinator of the sanluqueña NGO ‘Cambiavidas’, William Rogers, to explain to our 1st year Baccalaureate students how a farm animal changes the lives of people in a small village. We have been working with them for three consecutive years in order to send livestock to the most vulnerable areas of Europe and Africa. The first cow we sent, Margarita, lives in a village in Uganda and has already had two calves. The second, Daisy, has recently arrived in Kosovo. Now it’s our Baccalaureate students’ turn to organize the “Non uniform day” to raise funds and to buy our third cow.
What will it be called?