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As the emergency response to Typhoon Haiyan continues, we share our recommendations for helping communities build long term resilience.
The latest issue of Gender & Development looks at gender, conflict and violence through the lens of feminism.
How one programme raised women's voices, participation and influence across 17 countries.
Our new joint report shows that Syrian families are spiralling into debt, living in overcrowded accommodation and with few job prospects.
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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