Beech Hill College students get involved in charity project rearing goats for families in Africa

Students of Beech Hill College Monaghan, have gotten involved with Bóthar in the rearing of three goats to give to families in Africa.

They partnered with Irish Charity Bóthar to rear the goats to be transported to a very needy family in Africa. The charity works with families and communities worldwide to overcome hunger and poverty; and to restore the environment in a sustainable way.

Shane Murray, Dylan Curly, Michael Connolly, Conor Smith and Cathal Caulfield are involved in the project at the school. The transition year students at the school embraced the project, cleaning an area, erecting a fence and building a goat house and various play areas for the goats. They told Northern Sound News about their experience and the impact it will have.