APV help Rwandan weavers or other vulnerable peoples help themselves out of poverty by giving the gift of goats.
Goats are a valuable asset for families and communities around the world, but many people cannot afford them.
Goats in Rwanda are kept on a small scale by the peasants as goat rearing does not require a lot of resources. Goats are mainly kept as part of the domestic animals in most households in Rwanda
Goats can graze even on poor, dry land unsuitable for other livestock. Goats often have two or three kids a year, families can sell some of the kids to get money. With their earnings, families can afford food, education and health care.