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Eilish October 26, 2017
Two months into the crisis, more than 603,000 Rohingya refugees have crossed over into southern Bangladesh, while thousands are still trapped in the border. According to the UN, the pace of new arrivals made this crisis the fastest growing refugee crisis in the world, and the concentration of refugees in Cox’s Bazar is now amongst the densest in the world.
Eilish October 19, 2017
Elizabeth, a farmer from South Sudan. Photo: Tim Bierley/Oxfam About 80 percent of the world’s food is produced by small-scale farming. Women make up on average 43 percent of this agricultural labour in developing countries. They are the majority in some countries. In South Asia, more than two-thirds of employed women work in agriculture. In eastern Africa, over half of farmers are women.
Eilish October 16, 2017
A group of women at the entrance to the displaced people's settlement of Muna Garage on the outskirts of Maiduguri in Nigeria. Photo: Pablo Tosco/Oxfam Women bear the brunt of the battle against hunger, but they’re also a powerful force capable of feeding their communities.
Eilish October 4, 2017
by Artur Francisco, Digital Campaigns Coordinator
Eilish October 4, 2017
Our Humanitarian Specialist, Darren Brunk, went along to Sophie's school to receive her donation. We are incredibly grateful to have the support of one of the coolest 13-year-olds out – Sophie Guerin. She sold hot drinks at her school in Wellington and raised a massive $627 which she chose to give to Oxfam. We can’t thank her enough for her support of those people who need it most.
Eilish October 3, 2017
A young woman receives food aid at the Bulakhali camp in Bangladesh, where 13,500 people are seeking humanitarian assistance. Oxfam plans to assist more than 200,000 people with emergency support. Photo: AJM Zobaidur Rahman/Oxfam Oxfam is responding with water, sanitation, and other essentials
Eilish September 28, 2017
Thankgod Chigizie sits inside his school classroom. His community, Rumuekpe, in Nigeria, was badly destroyed during the conflict among various rival militants and gangs over access to oil money from 2005-2008. Many were killed and displaced, and homes, schools and churches were left in ruins. Photo: George Osodi/Panos for Oxfam America Newest US tax cut proposal would rig tax rules even further.
Eilish September 19, 2017
by Artur Francisco, Digital Campaigns Coordinator A woman in her village in Assam, India, which was badly affected by the recent monsoonal floods. Photo: Oxfam India. 
Eilish August 24, 2017
One of our rural livelihoods project in Vanuatu, that began in January 2013, was completed in February this year. It was thanks to your continued support that we were able to carry out a project of this length. Long-term projects mean long-term solutions, so thank you for sticking with us and helping us create real change. We hope you enjoy hearing the stories about what you’ve helped us achieve!
Eilish August 22, 2017
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