In 2012, we awarded a Project Grant to Spark MicroGrants for a most interesting project: to buy 184 goats for the village of Gahunga in northern Rwanda. At the time, the village had 184 families; now, the village counts 253 households with around 1300 people. When the community partnered with Spark MicroGrants in June of 2012, they decided to tackle their two primary problems of food insecurity and sanitation by first starting an animal rearing project. With the purchased goats, the community members were able to collect manure and use it in their land to increase crop productivity to address the food insecurity problem. In 3 years, the community now has 475 animals. With the income from the selling of manure and offspring, many of the families have been able to pay for health insurance, school materials, school fees, as well as a group savings program. The weekly savings program has saved up enough money to launch a water project to address the second challenge, poor sanitation. They are currently working on building pit latrines for each household in the community. Gahunga is currently ranked first in terms of hygiene in their sector. It is amazing what 184 sparks can do!