A small goat project can generate enough income to support our key military negotiator and project leader in Philippines. Goats may be small, but they are pound-for-pound some of the most efficient and profitable livestock one can own in Southeast Asia. Their upkeep is only 10% of what it costs to feed larger cattle, and a single doe (female goat) can produce up to 4 liters of milk a day and 4-5 kids (baby goats) every two years. $750 will purchase 8 does. The profits from milk and goat sales will provide a sustainable and scalable income for our national leader, so raising goats translates into rescuing more child soldiers.