A Baby Goat - $50 can provide a baby goat for a family in crisis. When grown, a goat can provide milk for malnourished children and become a household asset. In the developing world, livestock are often a rural family's most valuable property. • Emergency Cookstoves - $53 can help deliver eight propane-powered cookstoves to families displaced by war. In addition to providing a warm meal, the stoves can boil water so it is safe to drink. • A Community Garden - $60 can distribute the gardening tools, seeds and other supplies that refugees need to start a community garden that will help them put fresh food on the table and well-earned cash in their pockets. • Honeybee Harvest Kit - $72 can help farmers boost their income through beekeeping. Beekeeping has traditionally been a man's job, but with help from the IRC, women are now being trained to raise bees and sell honey. • Refugee Farmer Market Kit - $135 can provide supplies to help a refugee farmer bring produce to market. Through the New Roots program, the IRC is helping hundreds of refugees, many of whom were farmers in their home countries, to become engaged and productive members of their new communities in the US.
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