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800 women die in childbirth every day, 795 are in low-income countries. We're calling for free public services to help fight this inequality.
In 1994 the world turned a blind eye to Rwanda. Former Oxfam director David Bryer asks would governments act differently now?
Climate change is set to increase global hunger, farmers like Ipaishe need support, but adaptation to climate extremes isn't easy.
A hospital built using public-private financing is depriving poor rural areas of funding. The World Bank group gave poor advice to Lesotho, other countries should take heed.
Tika Darlami from Nepal tells her story and in doing so illustrates the power of Oxfam's Raising Her Voice programme to change lives - all in under 3 minutes.
Investing in small rural enterprises in places that financial institutions do not reach.
Supporting young people as they claim their rights to health and education services.
Influencing policy, decision-making, and expenditure to reflect the interests of women.
Improving the quality and effectiveness of civil society programming in fragile settings.
ACCRA aims to understand more about which approaches are most effective in helping poor communities' ability to adapt to climate hazards.
Oxfam's cutting edge gendered market system approach to sustainable livelihoods development.
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