Just a sheep? No way! This fleecy animal produces highly nutritious milk, cheese, and yoghurt that’s perfect for growing bodies. Not to mention plenty of wool to knit clothes and blankets to sell, or to keep children warm when the temperature drops.
How this gift helps
Giovanna, an 11-year-old from Bolivia, goes to school with a bounce in her step thanks to a daily breakfast rich in nutritious sheep’s milk. Although it is less common than milk from cows or goats, sheep’s milk has one of the highest concentrations of essential nutrients. It boosts immunity, aids growth and development, fights cancer, regulates blood pressure, improves bone density and helps lower cholesterol. Not baaaaaad from a little woolly friend.
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