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Our case study from Zimbabwe shows how, with the right support, small-scale farmers can become more resilient.
Gender & Development looks at the role of monitoring, evaluation and learning in women's empowerment.
Rising living costs, welfare reform and a lack of decent work are leading to a shocking rise in UK food poverty. The government must act to stop people going hungry.
19 Nov 2014
The use of emergency food aid in the UK, particularly in the form of food banks, has dramatically...
10 Nov 2014
Unpaid care work is a critical human rights issue, as well as a major obstacle to gender equality...
The burden of care for a disabled relative traditionally falls on women: mothers, wives, sisters....
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Almost half the world’s wealth is now owned by just one percent of the population. This massive concentration of economic resources presents a real threat to inclusive political and economic systems, and compounds other inequalities. Oxfam calls on world leaders to counter the growing tide.
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