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Tag: introduction to development

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Members of the Kibabi WASH Committee Meeting (men and women) 04 November - North Kivu, Eastern Congo. Credit: Eleanor Farmer/Oxfam

Women, men and poverty: an introduction to gender justice

When it comes to poverty and gender inequalities everyone loses out - women, men, boys, girls, communities, the economy, the environment - the list goes on. But it doesn't have to be like this....

Jarina with her daughter, Shaheha & grandson, Saju (2 ½ years old). Having a raised homestead meant that Jarina could offer shelter to her daughter and her family. Credit: Jane Beesley/Oxfam GB

The cost of living: an introduction to humanitarianism

How much does it cost to save someone's life after an emergency? What price do you put on dignity, safety, confidence etc?  In the run up to World Humanitarian Day Sophie Mack Smith,...

Shamim, 12, washes cloths in the standing flood water next to the village of Geo Kaloi, in Digree, Meerpur Khas.

Weather alert: an introduction to climate change

Climate change affects many of the communities with which Oxfam works. The impacts on people's lives are real and dangerous. Here John Magrath, Programme Researcher, provides an overview of how...

Tondo slum in Manila, Philippines, 2014. Credit: Dewald Brand, Miran for Oxfam

The world could be so much fairer: an introduction to inequality

Seven out of ten people live in countries where the gap between the rich and the poor has increased in the last 30 years. In this introduction to inequality Deborah Hardoon, Senior Researcher at...